Officers with the Dryden OPP have recovered a stolen vehicle and stolen property.

On the morning of November 30, the Dryden OPP attempted to stop a motor vehicle on Highway 105. The vehicle sped off, and police pursued the vehicle before locating it in a ditch on Highway 609 in Wabigoon Township.

The vehicle was later found to be originally stolen from the Winnipeg area. Police also recovered several items of stolen property, and are attempting to locate the owners of the property. The incident is still under investigation.

As a result of the ongoing investigation, 46-year-old Gregory Huckle of Dryden has been charged with:

- Flight while pursued by peace officers,
- Possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000,
- Driving while disqualified,
- Possession of break in instruments,
- Three counts of failure to comply with recognizance.

34-year-old Louanne Hunt of Dryden has been charged with:

- Possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000,
- Possession of break in instruments,
- Identity fraud.

Both accused were remanded into custody, and will appear in the Ontario Court of Justice on December 7.

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