Victoria police are looking to reunite the proper owner of some unique property. (Facebook/ Victoria Police Department)

VicPD looking for rightful owner of kendo Japanese fencing set, crossbows found in stolen vehicle

Several unique items turned up in a recent recovery of a stolen vehicle

The Victoria Police Department is hoping to reunite some unique pieces of property with the rightful owner.

Recently, VicPD recovered a stolen vehicle and found some distinct items inside that were likely stolen.

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The items include a kendo Japanese fighting set, two compound hunting bows and a Tweeter speaker.

Anyone who recognizes the items can call the VicPD non-emergency line at 250-995-7654, or call the Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 and reference file number 2020-119.

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Victoria police are looking to reunite the proper owner of some unique property. (Facebook/ Victoria Police Department)

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