A Canadian soldier assigned to the Joint Task Force-2 (JTF2) will be kicked out of the Canadian military for stealing equipment worth thousands of dollars.

Last August, a military court had found Corporal Pedro Collier guilty of possessing stolen property. He received a suspended sentence and one-year probation.

According to the Canadian publication Ottawa Citizen, Cpl. Collier’s hoard included a global positioning system (GPS), a tent, a solar charger, a fan, a magazine pouch, two C7 rifle magazines, jackets, backpacks, watches, kitchen sets, hoodies, generators, saws, several pairs of boots, and hundreds of 5.56 ammunition. All in all, the materiel that he stole is worth approximately $23,000; he took the gear between December 2016 and March 2017.

Cpl. Collier was serving in a support role (logistics) in JTF2. He sold $4,000 worth of gear on eBay before he was caught. He did agree, however, to pay back the amount and also donate $1,000 to charity.