Steel Letters Missing From School Sign, Vehicle Theft & Violent Boyfriend in Camrose

Camrose, Alberta – September 5, 2017 – Staff at St. Pat’s school advised that four steel letters from the school sign above their entrance were missing. It appears that the letters had been pried off of the building. Police are investigating.

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At 3:10 AM a resident woke up when he heard his vehicle being stolen from his residence on Mt. Pleasant Drive. Police located the vehicle on 48 ave and 73 street and conducted a traffic stop. As the Police officer approached the vehicle, it then quickly sped away at a high rate of speed traveling westbound on highway 13. Police later located the vehicle damaged and abandoned in the ditch by the highway 21 traffic circle. Police have identified the suspect and are pursuing charges.

A female contacted Police advising that while breaking up with her boyfriend, he then became violent and threatened her with a hammer. Police arrested and charged a 47 year old male with possession of a weapon dangerous to the public.

September 4, 2017 – Police were contacted when three people were observed on the roof of St. Pat’s School. Police attended and identified the three youth and determined that no damage had been caused. Each of the youths were issued trespass notices not to attend either of the Camrose Elk Island Catholic schools.

 St. Pat’s school in Camrose, Alberta. (Google)
St. Pat’s school in Camrose, Alberta. (Google)

A 2013 Honda Civic was stolen while parked along 57 street in the 4800 block. The circumstances surrounding the theft were very suspicious and Police are investigating.

September 3, 2017 – Police received a complaint from a resident in the Montcalm area who advised that two of her vehicles had been entered overnight. A variety of items were stolen including loose change, a first aid kit and sunglasses. The vehicles had been left unlocked.

Camrose Police Service


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