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Sunday , 3 July 2022

Police Seek Help Identifying Suspects in Multiple Break-ins

The Bonnyville RCMP need the public’s assistance in identifying four male suspects who broke into a number of stores in the Town of Bonnyville and surrounding areas in the early morning hours of August 17th, 2015.

The suspects did not stop at theft alone; they caused additional damage to several businesses including broken windows and petty vandalism.

All the suspects used some form of concealment; however, it appears that at least two of the four males are aboriginal.

It is believed the suspects used an axe to break through windows and security doors. Two of the break-ins occurred at The Bonnyville Liquor Store and The Liquor Depot where a large quantity of liquor was stolen.

The suspects are believed to be driving a white Ford F350 that is missing a front bumper. During the crime spree headlights were stolen from a Bonnyville body repair shop, it is believed the Ford F350 is using those stolen headlights.

Anyone with information about these series of crimes is asked to contact either Cst. Rosom at 780-343-7200, or Crimestoppers at 780-421-1122.

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