If you stole a hockey net, would you go to police headquarters to claim it?
Apparently that’s the case for a Chatham man.
Chatham-Kent police say an officer spotted two guys trying to load a hockey net onto the top of a minivan last month, and found it rather suspicious. The officer identified the men and seized the net pending further investigation.
That led to police learning the hockey net, valued at about $300, was stolen.
Yesterday, one of the men walked into police headquarters to claim the net.
A 27-year-old Chatham man is charged with theft and possession of stolen property.
Police are still looking for the second man.