Fort Saskatchewan RCMP arrest suspects following Break and Enter to rural business

Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta – On February 13th, 2020 The Fort Saskatchewan RCMP received a report of a suspicious vehicle behind Aldon’s Auto Salvage in Lamont, Alberta.

Police who had been patrolling the area were able to locate the suspect vehicle and identify the driver. During the course of the investigation the suspect vehicle fled the scene, however police located two sets of footprints leading into Aldon’s Auto Salvage yard and were quickly able to set up containment.

With the assistance of Edmonton Police Service Air One Helicopter and RCMP Police Dog Services, members of the Fort Saskatchewan RCMP were able to locate and arrest the two remaining suspects.

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Michael McIntosh (38) of Edmonton and Dann Thuro (34) of Vilna were each charged with one count of Break and Enter with intent.

Michael Christenson (36) of Westlock was later arrested with the assistance of the Edmonton Police Service. He is charged with the following offences:

• Flight from a Peace Officer

• Resist/Obstruct a Peace Officer

• Break and Enter with intent

McIntosh and Thuro were remanded into custody after a judicial hearing and will be appearing in Fort Saskatchewan Provincial Court on March 5th, 2020. Christenson was released from custody on conditions and is set to appear in Fort Saskatchewan Provincial Court March 5th, 2020.

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