RCMP looking for suspects of B&E in Daysland

On Oct. 28 at approximately 12:15 a.m. RCMP were called to a Break and Enter in progress at Jerry’s Pharmacy in Daysland.

A witness, who was staying at the motel across the street, heard a loud noise and looked outside and noted two males going through the window of the pharmacy while one male was standing outside keeping watch.

After stealing items from the pharmacy, all three males got into a dark-colored pick up truck and fled the scene. The males were described as wearing masks and gloves.

One male was wearing black track pants with a white stripe while the other male wore checkered pajama pants. Two hours later the same three males broke into a pharmacy in Lamont.

On Oct. 31 a hit and run occurred at the Killam Co-op.

A 2009 Kia Sorento was parked on the north side of the store while the owner went in to pick up some groceries.

Upon their return it was noted that the rear driver-side quarter panel was damaged.

It is unknown if anyone witnessed the incident.

RCMP were called to a Break and Enter which occurred overnight Oct. 31 on a rural property within Flagstaff County.

READ MORE in the November 10 edition of The Community Press, on newsstands now and available via E-Subscription.

From the Desk of Sgt. Devoe
Killam RCMP Detachment

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