Sheriff's detectives on Thursday recovered $1.6 million worth of an agricultural chemical that was stolen more than a year earlier.
The discovery was a break in a case that was considered important enough for San Joaquin County detectives to send fliers throughout Northern California after the January 2006 theft. Called "Raptor," the highly concentrated herbicide is sprayed on alfalfa and may only be sold and used with proper permits.
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