Sunday October 26, 2014




Rash of theft and vandalism

Crime Stoppers Corner
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Vandalism and theft at a residence on the 1200 block of 107th Street Feb. 26 in North Battleford is being investigated.

A rear motion light was smashed out, the garage door kicked in and the driverís window of a Ford Ranger was broken. Numerous items were stolen from inside the truck, including Cuban coins.

A blue Hyundai Tiburon was damaged in the Winder Crescent parking lot overnight Feb. 24 .

A woman was robbed at knife point Feb. 21 at 6:15 a.m. while walking in the 2100 block of 101st Street. The perpetrator was wearing dark clothing with a mask covering his face.

A garage on the 1700 block of 104th Street was broken into Feb. 21.

A shed on the 1700 block of 100th Street was broken into Feb. 19

Campers and storage units were entered illegally at Parsons Industrial Park sometime between Feb. 9 and 11.

Tools were stolen from a business on Railway Avenue East that was broken into between Feb. 2 and 11. The perpetrator was wearing a dark jacket and it appeared that he had one arm inside the jacket.

Sometime between Feb. 3 and 5 a salvage yard located on 6th Avenue was broken into.

A theft of a purse occurred Jan. 19 on the 100 Block of 24 Street in Battleford. The perpetrator is a Caucasian male 17 to 18 years old wearing a plaid jacket.

Anyone with information regarding these or any other crime is asked to contact the Battlefords RCMP or Crime Stoppers.

Bífords Most Wanted

Andy James Oxebin, 20: breach of probation.

Jesse Jeremiah Moosomin, 19: mischief; unlawfully in a dwelling.

Robin Dean Wuttunee, 34: possession of a weapon; pointing a firearm; assault with a weapon.; careless use of a firearm; mischief.

Bryan Michael Deschamps, 27: obstructing a peace officer; three counts of breach of probation.

Errol David Thompson, 31: indecent act; failure to appear.

Bradley Shawn Delorme, 37: assault; mischief.

Toni Marie Pete, 40: theft ; breach of probation.

Andrew Dennie Abraham, 30: assault; breach of undertaking.


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