Fort Saskatchewan RCMP Traffic/Crime Reduction Unit Recover Stolen Vehicle

Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta – On May 8, 2019, the Fort Saskatchewan RCMP Traffic/Crime Reduction Unit recovered a stolen vehicle and charged two occupants with various property related offences.

Shortly after midnight, the Traffic/Crime Reduction Unit located a vehicle reported stolen out of Red Deer, Alberta while conducting proactive patrols in the downtown area of Fort Saskatchewan. The occupants of the vehicle were taken into custody without incident.

A search of the vehicle resulted in the recovery of merchandise determined to have been stolen from the 7-Eleven minutes prior to the arrest. A large amount of packaged tools and identification documents, from people residing in various locations within the Province, were also located and believed to have been fraudulently used to obtain credit cards.

A search of the vehicle resulted in the recovery of merchandise determined to have been stolen from the 7-Eleven minutes prior to the arrest.
A search of the vehicle resulted in the recovery of merchandise determined to have been stolen from the 7-Eleven minutes prior to the arrest.
. A large amount of packaged tools and identification documents, from people residing in various locations within the Province, were also located and believed to have been fraudulently used to obtain credit cards.
. A large amount of packaged tools and identification documents, from people residing in various locations within the Province, were also located and believed to have been fraudulently used to obtain credit cards.

Rachel Taylor (20) of Bon Accord, Alta. and Brendyn Beaulieu (28) of Red Deer County, Alta., are facing numerous charges, some of which include:

• Possession of Property Obtained by Crime Over $5000

• Theft Under $5000

• Possession of Break In Instruments

• Unauthorized Possession of a Credit Card

The Fort Saskatchewan RCMP Traffic/Crime Reduction Unit, through the use of intelligence led enforcement, are committed to public safety and the reduction of crime in our community.

Fort Saskatchewan RCMP



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