According to the Rosetown RCMP, six all-new vehicles were stolen by local dealers between 5am and 6am on Tuesday.
RCMP said it had received reports of a group of suspicious vehicles traveling on a local grid road at high speeds.
Shortly thereafter, they received a second report of the break and stated that they had entered the Rosetown business.
Police have begun work to locate the vehicle. Two abandoned people were found in the Rosetown RCMP Detachment Area.
Police said the investigation revealed that the rest of the vehicles were traveling northwest. The Ford F350, reportedly stolen in Rosetown on June 19, was traveling with them.
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Another vehicle was found abandoned near Luseland, Saskatchewan. With the help of the Luseland Police Service, a second vehicle was placed nearby and stopped.
The two crew members escaped on foot, but were soon discovered and arrested. Two illegally modified firearms, ammunition, and a vehicle key box were found and confiscated in one vehicle.
Further investigation has revealed that some of the better vehicles may be in Albert. One was later recovered in Red Deer by Red Deer RCMP.
"Early in this investigation, we warned the general public to report sightings and information through local media and Saskatchewan crime surveillance recommendations. Report information on suspicious vehicles in the area. Thanks to the general public for doing this. It helped me with the investigation, "said Rosetown RCMP. Jason Waldne said in a press release.
As a result of the investigation, Red Deer's Lee Farsetta (36 years old) and Samantha Riggins (34 years old) were charged with one count, destruction, intrusion, and commit, respectively.
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Kinderthree District Court on June 22, 2022.
The RCMPs in Saskatchewan and Alberta continue to investigate and seek to find two outstanding vehicles. Saskatchewan license plate 287LLV.
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If you find these vehicles, stay away. Contact your local RCMP Detachment or police to report sightings or information about this incident. Information can also be sent anonymously via the crime stopper by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
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