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The SEARCWA Fan Out system updates on local issues on our website and on phone alerts to our members. Please check back regularly as updates are posted as soon as they come in.

Posted April 19, 2021 - Please keep an eye out for a stolen 2015 Dodge 2500, white in colour, with Sask. plate "MNSTR-X". The vehicle was stolen out of Regina yesterday and was seen in Dunmore earlier today. If you see this vehicle, do not engage with the occupant(s) and contact Redcliff RCMP at 403-548-2222 when safe to do so.

Posted March 2, 2021 - Please be aware that a newer model (10yrs old or less) white Toyota Corolla has been reported as a suspicious vehicle on a rural property west of Redcliff. Alberta license plate number TSE 109. Found in the area of Range Road 92 south of Suffield, the occupants were a male and female and attempted to hide their identities. The male is described as 5 foot 10, stocky build approximately 210 to 230 pounds with skull tattoos on his hands. The female is described as skinny with long dark hair. They fled the area and were last seen heading east into Redcliff. Please also note that there have been reported break-ins in the Suffield area. If sighted, do not approach the vehicle, please report to RCMP as soon as possible at 403-548-2222 or by calling 9-1-1 if it is an emergency.

As always please remain vigilant for any suspicious activity and if you do see anything please report it as soon as possible. Good details to write down or take photos of include: make/model/color of vehicle, licence plate, location, date and time, any identifying features of the individual's clothing or person. DO NOT put yourself in danger to get this information and DO NOT pursue a person or vehicle.

One of the most commonly asked questions from our members is "How do we know when and what to report?" This information below should help answer that question.

REPORTING INCIDENTS - WHAT RCMP ASK OF YOU

  • Report incidents to the police as soon as possible. Time is of the essence.
  • Do not hesitate to call the police for fear that you are "inconveniencing us" or that we "have better, more important things to be looking after". We are here to help you and we take all calls seriously and record the information.
  • Do not assume that someone else has called us regarding an incident. We prefer multiple calls over no calls at all.
  • Please follow the instructions given to you by the call-taker/dispatcher. These instructions are being given to you as they have been proven to help keep you safe until help arrives.

REPORTING INCIDENTS INVOLVING PEOPLE

  • Description of the individual(s) involved which includes:
    • Ethnicity
    • Height and Weight (small, medium, large build)
    • Age
    • Hair colour
    • Clothing
    • Marks/scars/tattoos/piercings
    • Weapons (if so, what type)
    • Alcohol/drugs
  • Did they leave on foot or in a vehicle?
  • Direction of travel
  • Anything else

REPORTING INCIDENTS INVOLVING VEHICLES

  • Vehicle Descriptors:
    • Colour
    • Make/Model
    • Year
    • Style (SUV, Truck, Car, Hatchback, etc.)
    • License Plate
    • Anything Else (Dents, Broken Windows, Spoilers, Tinted Windows, etc.)
  • Number of Occupants
  • Direction of Travel
  • Any weapons seen?

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October 2016 - 2020
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These reports show a broad view of what RCMP typically deal with in our area. 2020 saw an increase in reports to RCMP of suspicious persons/vehicles. This shows that we are doing our part in being the eyes and ears of the RCMP by reporting unusual activity.

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Telephone Theft (SIN)
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Missing Traveler
Telephone frauds & SIN
Stolen vehicles near park
B&E in Walsh
Getaway Vehicle
Suspicious Vehicle
Looking for Vehicle Information
Stolen Truck Spotted
Stolen Tractor/Baler
Bow Island Vehicle Thefts
Cattle Buyers Fraud
Suspicious Vehicle
Stolen Skid Steer
Truck ID for Thefts
Stolen Vehicle/Property Arrests
Stolen truck east of Medicine Hat
BOTL for a Chevy truck
Utility Trailer Theft
BOTL for White Dodge Ram
Election Sign Stolen
B&Es in Redcliff and Dunmore
"Gypsy Pavers"
Farmers! Watch Your Vehicles

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