On Sept. 13, between 8:30 p.m. and 8:45 p.m., a 2011 white GMC Sierra 3500 was stolen near Girouxville.
Moments prior to the theft, an older black SUV was seen in the immediate area. The Alberta licence plate of the GMC Sierra is 64J154, and there is a slip tank or fuel tank in the box.
The two vehicles were last seen driving east on Township Road 804.
On Sept. 9, the RCMP responded to a break-and-enter complaint from a residence in Falher. A Panasonic TV screen, TV stand and several suitcases of clothing were stolen. No one was home at the time.
On Sept. 15, the RCMP responded to a break-and-enter at the IDA Pharmacy in Falher. Upon further investigation, a male and female were seen going in and out of the building, on surveillance video. Please see the two photos attached with this story.
Also on Sept. 15, the RCMP responded to a theft complaint from a Long Run Exploration site in the Girouxville area. A Herman Nelson heater, glass sight glass and approximately 20-30 feet of ground cables were stolen. Two people seen on the IDA surveillance video are believed to be the same people responsible for this theft.
On Sept. 20, the RCMP responded to a lawn mower theft from a shed in Girouxville. The lawn mower was a John Deere Model 160 2004.
The McLennan RCMP would like to remind the public to remove valuables from your vehicles while you’re away from them. To discourage theft, please lock the doors of unoccupied vehicles and remove the ignition keys.
Please ensure storage sheds, garages and out buildings are locked and secured at all times. If you are going to be away from home, please ensure someone is checking the residence. The addition of motion sensors/lights will also deter property thefts.
The RCMP will continue to patrol the local communities in the evening and overnight hours, to discourage property thefts and in an effort to increase public safety.
The McLennan RCMP is asking anyone with information about these thefts, to contact the nearest detachment. Or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), or go on their website at www.crimestoppers.ab.ca. Alternatively, text your information to TIP205; the tipster texts their message to CRIMES (274637).