Two Arrested After Stealing Memorabilia From Wayne Gretzky's Childhood Home

Wayne Gretzky's childhood Brantford, Ontario home was broken into in August of this year and over $500,000 worth of memorabilia was stolen. Charges have now been laid after the police in Ontario, the RCMP, and Halton Regional police raid five homes across Ontario and Alberta.

The likes of game-used sticks, hockey gloves, pants, jerseys and awards have all been found and will be sent back to Wayne's father, Walter.

Of those charged, one was a 58-year-old Oakville, ON man the other a 58-year-old Brockville, ON woman. 

'The Great One' was recently making headlines as his rookie card sold for over $1.2 million dollars. His memorabilia is second to none and a part of hockey history. Great to see his father will be getting back most of his cherished items. 

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