HALIBURTON, ONT. —
Canadian authorities are searching for suspects after $11 million in pure silver modified into as soon as stolen from a shipping container in Montreal near to 2 years in the past.
According to police in Toronto, the silver modified into as soon as stolen in bullion form from a shipping container in January 2020.
Police said in a press free up Tuesday, the silver bars had loads of stamped markings, including serial numbers and “Korea Zinc” embedded in the steel.
“Investigators possess that one of the essential most silver modified into as soon as smelted into ingots (smaller bricks) for a wiser probability of avoiding suspicion when selling,” Toronto police said in the commentary.
Authorities said one of the essential most silver had been recovered in Toronto, British Columbia and south of the border in Massachusetts.
Police released photos showing colossal, blue containers the silver modified into as soon as shipped in as properly because the shipping container the barrels were transported in.
The photos show a grey shipping container, marked MSKU 403 026 7 22G1.
Police said investigators would win to tell with anyone who could beget obtained the bars of silver or inconvenience they could beget obtained byproducts of the stolen steel.
Someone with information is requested to contact Toronto police at 416-808-7300, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477) or online at www.222guidelines.com.