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GP RCMP investigate rural break and enters

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A number of Break and Enter investigations around Grande Prairie, over the past 4 days, has police asking business owners and patrons to be on the look out for suspicious vehicles and activity.

The public is encouraged to report suspicious vehicles and any damage to businesses/property in order to locate possible suspects for these incidents.

Some time between July 25th and 26th, culprit(s) broke into Century Services Incorporated located in the County Industrial Park. Stolen at that time were 2 generators, jump starter packs, and tool sets whose total value exceeds $5000.00.

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Between July 26th and 27th, Bexson Transport located at 14802-89 Street has been the victim of two incidents. On the 26th, it was discovered the culprits entered the yard and stole a CAT skid steer loader with a bucket attachment. The equipment was recovered loaded on a trailer at Range Road 54 south of Highway 43 after being driven through several fields. The CAT and attachment are valued at $84,000.00.

A second incident at Bexson Transport involved person(s) unknown cutting a fence with nothing being taken.

RCMP welcome any information that may prove helpful in solving these incidents and encourage the public to call Grande Prairie RCMP Detachment at (780)830-5700, or if you wish to remain anonymous you can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), or online at http://www.tipsubmit.ca 

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