By The Canadian Press on April 12, 2019.
CALGARY – RCMP have searched an auto-repair shop owned by a United Conservative Party candidate in Calgary.
Mounties seized a computer hard drive, other electronic devices and a suitcase Thursday night from the Autopro location.
The shop owned by Peter Singh, the UPC candidate for Calgary-East, was closed Friday.
RCMP have not released the nature of the investigation.
Singh did not return requests for comment and a representative at his campaign office says the candidate’s whereabouts were unknown.
United Conservative Party officials say the RCMP has not contacted the party or Singh regarding the investigation, but have been in contact with Singh’s son.
The office of Alberta’s election commissioner would not comment on whether it is investigating Singh. (CTV Calgary)
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