Provincial police are investigating the theft of ‘high value’ artworks from a business in the Township of Georgian Bluffs.
Police say the stolen art paintings are worth about $180,000.
Grey Bruce OPP says the items were reported stolen from a business on Shane Street on Nov. 27.
The missing pieces include several watercolour and oil paintings signed by famous Canadian artists, including William Perehudoff, Jean-Paul Riopelle and Dorothy Knowles.
A watercolour canvas titled ‘May Green’ measuring five feet by four feet
Two pieces from a three-piece set titled ‘Entwined’
An oil on canvas painting measuring two feet by four and a half feet, with a crack in the middle of the left-hand panel
A very old oil painting titled ‘AC-78-57’ with turquoise, blue, yellow and orange stripes
Additionally, police say an Opus Connect E-500 electric bike with saddle bags and water holder, a stainless steel bar fridge, a 55 inch Samsung TV, a 40 inch Samsung TV, and a Rocky Mountain Whistler bike were also taken.
Police are calling on anyone with information to contact them.
With files from The Canadian Press