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Bar Harbour Camp suffers $5,000 worth of damage in break-in

Stettler RCMP say a number of items were stolen from the summer camp at Buffalo Lake

Stettler RCMP are reaching out to the public for information on a break and enter to the Bar Harbour Camp last weekend.

Police say it happened sometime between the late evening of Friday, March 16th, and the early morning of Saturday, March 17th.

The Mounties say the summer camp at Buffalo Lake was ransacked, causing an estimated $5,000 worth of damage.

Numerous items were also stolen including tools, jerry cans, food and other miscellaneous items.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Stettler RCMP at 403-742-3382 or Crimestoppers at 403-340-8477.



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