UPDATE: RCMP Thank Public for Help Locating Robbery Suspect: Ashley Cadrain

Last Updated: November 23, 2015By Tags: , ,


The Kitscoty RCMP would like to thank the public for their assistance in helping police locate 33 year old Ashley CADRAIN.  On Sunday November 22nd, 2015, CADRAIN was arrested in Edmonton, AB.

CADRAIN is charged with:  Robbery with an Offensive Weapon, Assault with a Weapon and Possession of a Weapon for a Purpose Dangerous to the Public.  The Kitscoty RCMP are still investigating this incident and are seeking assistance from the public in identifying the person who drove the get away vehicle during this robbery.




On the evening of Sunday, November 15, 2015, members of the Kitscoty RCMP Detachment were dispatched to the report of a robbery at the Dewberry Hotel/Bar.

The investigation has determined that at approximately 9:30 PM Sunday night a white male in his early thirties entered the Dewberry Hotel/Bar.  He engaged in conversation with some of the bar’s patrons before he approached the bar and produced a can of pepper spray.  The male demanded money from the till at the bar.  Having obtained an undisclosed amount of cash from the bartender, the male fled the bar but not before pepper spraying one of the patrons.

Once outside the bar, the male got into a vehicle which was being driven by another person.  The vehicle drove north out of Dewberry.  Police are continuing their investigation and have obtained surveillance video and photographic stills of the suspect.

The suspect has been identified as 33 year old Ashley Allen CADRAIN.  An arrest warrant has been obtained for CADRAIN.
The Kitscoty RCMP are requesting assistance from the public in locating Ashley CADRAIN as well as looking for information on who the driver of the vehicle was.

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*Press Release from Kitscoty RCMP