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A three-month-long investigation by the California Highway Patrol (CHP) into an illegal sideshow on the Bay Bridge has resulted in the recovery of approximately $20,000 worth of stolen merchandise.

The investigation initially began when officers were searching for a bright green Camaro suspected to be involved in the sideshow.

The distinctive vehicle was eventually impounded after another sideshow in March.

However, upon inspecting the car, officers discovered modified parts that appeared to be stolen.

Following this discovery, a search warrant was executed at a property in Oakland, where the owner of the Camaro, 37-year-old Christian Del Toro, resided.

At the property located on the 1100 block of 84th Avenue, law enforcement officials found additional stolen car parts and two other modified vehicles.

But the surprises didn’t end there.

During the search, investigators also uncovered a variety of stolen items, including tools, clothing, personal care products, and more.

Many of these items still had their tags on, indicating that they were stolen goods.

In total, the recovered retail merchandise was valued at around $20,000.

Del Toro has been arrested and now faces charges related to both the illegal sideshow and the possession of stolen property.

However, neither Del Toro nor anyone associated with the property wanted to comment on the case or appear on camera.

The investigation by the CHP has demonstrated the link between sideshows and criminal activities such as theft and the illegal trade of stolen goods.

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