Ontario Provincial Police are searching for suspects after approximately $1.5 million worth of elk, moose and stag antlers were stolen from a taxidermy shop in Caledon.
OPP reported that the thieves arrived at Advanced Taxidermy on King Street around 2 a.m. on Friday.
Officials stated that the suspects stole a black 2011 Ford DRW pickup truck in the parking lot. Two trailers were also stolen.
Authourities reported that a 2008 Carm CC black enclosed trailer was carrying 69 sets of elk, moose and stag antlers, which are valued at 1.5 million.
The other trailer contained two ATVs.
According to police, the ATV trailer was abandoned approximately 10 kilometres south-east of the shop. Both ATVs were missing from the trailer.
Officials stated that the number of people involved in the theft remains unclear.
Police have not provided suspect descriptions at this time.