Camrose Police Investigate Theft From Business, Ford Truck Theft and Suspicious Person

Camrose, Alberta – A Loss Prevention Officer at a west-end business observed a man and woman steal merchandise and then ran out of the store. Police were able to track down and arrest the suspects with the stolen property. The involved 51 year old male had a criminal record of theft and the 28 year old female had a condition not to have contact with the male. Both were charged with theft and possession of stolen property. The female was additionally charged with breaching her conditions.

Another 2006 Ford F350 was stolen while parked at the owner’s residence. The incident occurred in Victoria Park where a witness observed the theft occurring at 8:30 AM and provided descriptions of the two male suspects to Police. The 2003 to 2007 Ford F250 and F350 is the most frequently stolen vehicle in Canada. Owners of such vehicles need to be extra vigilant in ensuring they don’t become victimized.

A complaint was received from a convenience store of a suspicious male who attempted to use a credit card numerous times but the transaction was being denied. The male could not be located and Police are attempting to identify the male utilizing the store’s video surveillance.

Camrose Police Service

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