Camrose Police Service Report to October 19, 2019

Camrose, Alberta – October 19, 2019 – At 2:45 A.M. a complaint was received of a male attempting to smash a window at a downtown business. Police attended and located the window smashed and the building insecure. The suspect utilized a shopping cart to gain entry and once inside stole items from inside the store. Police are gathering video surveillance to identify the suspect.

A downtown liquor store called advising a group of males entered the store and stole six bottles of liquor. The store owner confronted the group and one of the suspects attempted to assault the employee. The males fled from scene.

Police removed a 21 year old intoxicated woman from a residence who was causing problems for the family. The woman left without any issues.

A west end business called stating a male entered the store with an older bicycle and left with a newer model.

Camrose Police Service
Camrose Police Service

Police were notified of an incident involving the Edmonton Police Service, where a son and his friend attended his mother’s residence and shot off a pellet gun inside the home and then fled in a stolen truck. They explained they were going to Camrose to confront his other family members. Police located the stolen truck and arrested a 25 year old man who was attempting to flee on foot. The son continued to flee inside of the vehicle and a vehicle pursuit was initiated with the R.C.M.P. After disabling the vehicle Police arrested the 22 year old son and a 28 year old man from the vehicle. Lucas Andresen-Nystrom is facing numerous charges including flight from police, theft of truck, possession of stolen property, possession of weapon dangerous and being a suspended driver.

Camrose Police Service



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