According to this article from CanWest News Service:
Mayerthorpe RCMP were called at 3:20 p.m. on Wednesday by an Edmonton bailiff trying to seize a 2005 Ford F350 truck on behalf of a car dealership, Kentwood Ford.
Martin and Const. Peter Schiemann drove to the farm, near Rochfort Bridge, about 110 kilometres northwest of Edmonton. The bailiff, parked on the road, told the officers a man had come out of a Quonset hut on the farm and shouted at him. He said the man released two "Rottweiler-type" dogs. Shortly afterward, the bailiff saw a white truck driving north across a field away from the farm.
After police arrived, the bailiff cut a lock on the farm gate, drove up to the Quonset hut and went inside. He came out a few minutes later and told the officers there were "several brand new trucks in pieces" inside the large, metal building, according to the warrant.
In his warrant application, Martin said he saw a newer Ford truck with the doors and interior removed. Police also found a Sierra truck with the identity numbers removed, and various fenders, bumpers, dashboards and new tires.
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