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Break in at Independent Grocer

On September 29, 2014 observed driving in the other crime, please
at approximately 5:10 parking lot at the same contact the Edson
a.m., the Independent time was also believed RCMP at 780-723-
Grocers store in Edson to be involved in the 8822, or, if you wish to
was the target of a break offence. remain anonymous, call
and enter in which a E d s o n R C M P i s Crimestoppers at 1-800-
large quantity of seeking the public's 222-8477. Information
prescription drugs were assistance in possibly p r o v i d e d t o
stolen along with cell identifying the male Crimestoppers leading
phones and cash. who entered the store or to the successful arrest
A male suspect, the vehicle involved. of the party responsible
dressed in dark clothing If you have any may entitle you to a cash
and wearing a mask, information in regards reward.
shattered the glass on to this crime, or any
the front doors of the
store in order to gain
entry. An unknown
accomplice driving an
older model SUV


Police seeking information on tagging

of buildings, dumpsters, and curbs

by Adrienne Tait Other calls included four requiring assistance, four
The Edson RCMP had 120 calls for service last Liquor Act violations, four mischief or damage
week. calls, three Firearms Act violations, three request to
“Police are seeking information as to who is locate a missing person, two animal calls, two drug
tagging town buildings, dumpsters, and curbs. related investigations, two failure to comply with
Any information would be appreciated,” said conditions, two impaired operation of a motor
Sgt. Poitras. vehicle, and two cases of recovered stolen property.
Included in the investigations for the week of Single investigations or calls for service included
October 27 to November 2 were 15 traffic one child welfare investigation, fail to stop or
collisions, 15 traffic complaints, 14 theft remain at a collision, Family Relations, Fire
complaints, 13 suspicious persons or vehicles, Prevention Act violation, fraud, Mental Health Act
eight alarms or false alarms, seven assaults, six violation, Municipal Bylaw violation, one sudden
causing a disturbance, and five lost or found death, and one uninsured or unregistered vehicle.
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