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Alleged farm stand thief turns himself over to Central Saanich police

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Police in Central Saanich, B.C., say a man accused of stealing hundreds of dollars worth of products from a local farm stand has turned himself over to police.

On Friday, Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers asked the public to keep an eye out for the man following the alleged theft.

On Monday, Central Saanich police said the man had turned himself in.

Police added that they were thankful for all the tips they received from the public.

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