KELOWNA, B.C. (CP) - The Mounties have used a high-tech device to track a suspect in a major liquor theft. About 200 cases of liquor, valued at $80,000, were stolen earlier this month from the Van-Kam Freightways trucking compound in the city earlier this month. But the RCMP said the thieves didn't know the truck they stole was equipped with a satellite-based tracking device. Records from the global positioning system showed the truck made an hour-long stop outside a Kelowna home, where a search warrant later revealed several cases of liquor. A Kelowna man has been charged with theft and possessing stolen property. With the help of the GPS device, police were able to find the stolen truck at a parking lot in the city. Ninety-six cases of liquor were found inside.