RCMP investigating after theft of 6 new vehicles stolen from Rosetown dealership – Regina

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The Rosetown RCMP said six vehicles, all new, were stolen from a local dealership between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. on Tuesday.

The RCMP said they received reports of a group of suspected vehicles traveling at high speed together on a local grid road.

Shortly thereafter he said he had received second reports of breaks and admissions in a business in Rosetown.

The police have started the work of locating the vehicles. Two were abandoned in the Rosetown RCMP detachment area.

According to the police, during investigation, it was found that the rest of the vehicles used to move in the north-west direction. A stolen Ford F350 was traveling with them in Rosetown on June 19.

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Another vehicle was found unclaimed near Lewisland, SK. A second vehicle was traced and stopped nearby with the help of the Louisland Police Service.

Both the occupants fled on foot but were apprehended and arrested shortly after. Two illegally modified firearms, ammunition and a box of vehicle keys were recovered from a vehicle.

Further investigation revealed that some outstanding vehicles may have been in Albert. A later red deer was recovered by the RCMP in a red deer.

“At the beginning of this investigation, we alerted the public to reporting sightings and information through local media and the Saskatchewan Crime Watch advisory. We would like to thank members of the public who reported suspicious vehicles in their area. – It helped with the investigation,” reported the Rosetown RCMP’s Sgt. Jason Waldney said in a press release.

As a result of the investigation, Lee Falsetta, 36, and Samantha Riggins, 34, both red deer, have each been charged with one count of trespassing, trespassing, and committing.

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He will appear at Kindersley Provincial Court on June 22, 2022.

The Saskatchewan and Alberta RCMP are continuing the investigation and trying to locate two outstanding vehicles—a black 2022 Jeep Wrangler last seen without a license plate and a gray 2019 Ford 350 Saskatchewan with a license plate 287LLV.

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If you see these vehicles, do not approach them. To view or report this incident, contact your local RCMP troop or police service. Information can also be submitted anonymously through Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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