Stettler Canadian Tire offender identified, nabbed in Red Deer

The person responsible for the break and enter incident at the Stettler Canadian Tire on Jan. 10 has been identified.

The person responsible for the break and enter incident at the Stettler Canadian Tire in the early morning hours of Tuesday, Jan. 10 has been identified as 52-year-old Adam Spare of Red Deer.

“He was charged for another offence in Red Deer,” said Stettler RCMP detachment commander, Sgt. Phil Penny.

According to Penny, they were able to use the information received from both Peace Officers from around Alberta and members of the public, which enabled the RCMP to lay charges against Spare.

Spare has been charged with one count of mischief under $5,000 with a future court date pending.

Stettler RCMP would like to thank those who provided information vital to identifying Spare as the person responsible for this incident.


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