Camrose, Alberta – February 20, 2020 – Eyes on Camrose. A witness contacted Police when he observed a male rummaging through a vehicle parked near the library. The vehicle was determined to be stolen out of Edmonton on Feb 16th. Police have a good description of the male suspect and are continuing their investigation in conjunction with the Edmonton Police Service.
Police received a complaint of an attempted break & enter to a residence in the 2600 block of Valleyview Drive. The back door lock had been drilled out but the suspect who was believed to have been scared off the property, had not gained entry into the home.
A female was sexually assaulted by a male while delivering a food order to her residence. The male, who was a former co-worker of the female, entered her home and then started to touch her inappropriately. The female pushed the male out of her residence and contacted Police. The male was arrested and charged with sexual assault.
February 19, 2020
A male who was trying to sell his pick-up truck on Kijiji advised that he may be involved in a scam. The buyer who claimed to be in the military working overseas, stated he would like to purchase the vehicle and asked the seller to send $5000 to pay for shipping the vehicle. The seller sent the money through PayPal and only became suspicious when the buyer made a second request for additional funds.
Police responded to what was determined to be a false alarm at a residence and while there identified a female who had a no contact condition with the male tenant. The female also had three outstanding warrants out of Red Deer. The woman was arrested and later released on an appearance notice.
Lock it or Lose it. A female advised that someone stole a shop vac from her unlocked garage on 43 avenue in the 5900 block.
Camrose Police Service
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