RCMP searches of 2 Surrey properties yield 'truckloads' of allegedly stolen goods

Surrey RCMP say they hauled away "truckloads" of allegedly stolen goods and arrested six people after executing warrants on two "problem properties" in Surrey during the month of March.

In a statement, police said vehicles, bicycles, licence plates and power tools were among the items seized from from the properties.

The first of the premises, in the 14100 block of 83rd Avenue, was searched on March 10.

Among the items seized, police said, were eight bikes, power tools and gardening equipment and an Airsoft replica handgun. Police believe the items were stolen during break and enters.

The second property, in the 9700 block of 182A Street, was searched March 16 and resulted in the arrests of four men and two women, according to police.

Police said they seized nine vehicles, three motorcycles, trailers, an ATV, stolen licence plates, "numerous" garage door openers, personal documents, 100 vehicle keys and power tools from that property.

Police said the six who were arrested have been released pending further investigation.