STOCKTON – The California Highway Patrol Golden Gate Division on Monday announced the recovery of $229,000 in stolen paint.
On July 31, members of the CHP’s Cargo Theft Interdiction Program found 48 pallets of Sherwin-Williams paint at a warehouse in Stockton, the CHP said in a social media post.
The paint was originally stolen in Nevada and traced to Stockton, according to the CHP.
“The successful recovery of this stolen cargo was due in large part to the excellent communication between CHP, allied agencies, and the private industry,” the CHP said.
The CHP did not announce any arrests, but said the investigation remains ongoing.
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https://www.eastbaytimes.com/2023/08/07/chp-finds-229k-in-stolen-paint-at-stockton-warehouse/ CHP finds $229K in stolen paint at Stockton warehouse