On Sept. 25, overnight, a residential fence was broken in the 6100 block of 50A Avenue in Stettler.
During the night of Sept. 25, three vehicles were entered in the 4700 block of 61 Street, 4800 block of 52 Street and along 65 Street in the town of Stettler. Items stolen included a wallet, golf clubs, GPS, cell phone charger and a Dewalt brand radio. Some fishing rods, believed stolen, were recovered in a residential area of Stettler but the owner of this equipment is not known.
On Sept. 22, it was discovered that a business compound was entered by culprits who cut the perimeter fence on an unknown date. Dozens of large truck tires were stolen from the business located in the 4600 block of 44 Avenue in Stettler.
Prairie Railway Excursions suffered a break-in to their offices along 47 Avenue in Stettler overnight on Sept. 24.
Overnight on Sept. 26, two vehicles were damaged while parked in the Village of Gadsby. Side mirrors were broken and gas caps were stolen.
On Sept. 27, in the south east portion of the County of Stettler, fuel was stolen from rural storage tanks located on private property.
Heartland Victim Services is an active local volunteer organization that daily assists victims of crime or tragedy. They support victims at the scene, later at home or perhaps at the court house. Volunteers can assist victims to prepare victim impact statements, prepare restitution forms or apply for financial benefits. If you need assistance call 403-741-7841.
Anyone with information that would assist police in solving these or any other crimes is asked to call Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS, or send an email to www.tipsubmit.com. Crimestoppers is completely anonymous.