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CHP Recovers Nearly $230K Worth Of Stolen Paint

by CLAYCORD.com
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Stolen paint worth nearly $230,000 were discovered in a Stockton warehouse last month, the California Highway Patrol said Monday.

The state agency said 48 pallets of Sherwin-Williams paint valued at around $229,000 were recovered on July 31 as part of its Cargo Theft Interdiction Program, which was carried out by the agency’s Golden Gate division.

The paint was originally taken in Nevada before being traced to Stockton, according to the highway patrol, who worked with allied agencies and private industry to successfully recover the stolen goods.

Investigation into the theft is ongoing. No further information has been released.

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nytemuvr August 8, 2023 - 1:22 PM - 1:22 PM

48 pallets of Sherman-Williams paint….not quite enough to “Cover the Earth”.

Ricardoh August 8, 2023 - 1:47 PM - 1:47 PM

You have to put a tracing device on everything nowadays.

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Jojo The Circus Clown August 8, 2023 - 1:54 PM - 1:54 PM

The Great Paint Capper of 2023

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nytemuvr August 9, 2023 - 12:05 AM - 12:05 AM

How many “Old Timers” remember the big Sherwin -Williams neon sign that sat in the Emeryville mudflats? There used to be a lot of company neon signage along the shore. Here’s some history….https://evilleeye.com/history/cover-the-earth-the-story-of-a-forgotten-bay-area-landmark/


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