RCMP on the lookout for male suspects for Erskine Grill break and enter

On Friday morning, May 5, two males stole a Ford 350 truck from a residence in Erskine.

Seen here is the second of the two male suspects who was involved in the break and enter at the Erskine Grill. Here he is seen inside

On Friday morning, May 5, two males stole a Ford 350 truck from a residence in Erskine. It is believed that these same males then broke into the Erskine Grill at approximately 4:54 a.m.

The males stole beef jerky, sunglasses, frozen hamburgers and home-made pastries.

The vehicle was last seen departing South on Hwy. 835 at Erskine and later recovered in Red Deer.

Two male suspects are involved in the break and enter. The Stettler RCMP are on the lookout and seeking public assistance to nab them.

Residents in Erskine and surrounding areas are being asked to contact the Stettler RCMP detachment, and if they want to remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers at 800-222-TIPS.

 

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