Car dealer asks for return of files

A Summerland car dealer whose office was broken into last week would like the files returned.

A Summerland car dealer whose office was broken into last week would like the files returned.

Peter Toth of T.C. Auto Sales said the break in — the second this year — occurred on Feb. 9.

“All of my folders, which are of no value to anyone else, were taken,” Toth said.

The folders contain information about the vehicles he has acquired and sold. This information is needed as Toth prepares his business taxes.

They also have technical information about the vehicles.

Around 100 folders were taken.

Toth urges anyone who finds the folders to return them to the Summerland RCMP detachment.


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