WILKIE SK RCMP REPORTS for July 25 to 31, 2017
RCMP received a complaint of an intoxicated person at a residence. Members removed the individual from the property and released her to the care of a sober friend. The complainant declined to lay charges.
Members executed arrest warrants on an individual at the request of Saskatoon Police Services.
There were two reports of single vehicle collisions with deer. Both were reported for insurance purposes.
Police received a complaint of a stolen truck. The truck was later recovered in Wilkie. This matter is still under investigation.
RCMP are investigating two reports of individuals going through personal property inside vehicles.
On August 7, the Wilkie RCMP issued a request for assistance from the public in solving the numerous property thefts and vehicle theft which occurred on the morning of July 27. At least four vehicles were entered and owners reported thefts of change and other valuables; as well as one vehicle being stolen, although later recovered in the Town of Wilkie.
The Wilkie RCMP would like to remind residents to ensure all vehicles are locked, with the keys and other items of value removed to deter these kinds of thefts.
Members received a complaint of suspicious people outside a business. Members patrolled but could not locate the subjects of complaint.
Police received a report of a suspicious vehicle on a rural road near Wilkie. Members could not locate the vehicle.
RCMP received a complaint of a damage vehicle window. There are no suspects at this time.
Members received a report of two abandoned vehicles. Both vehicles were moved from the roadway.
There was also one false 911 call, one false alarm and four traffic complaints.
Persons with information about crimes being committed are urged to call the Unity RCMP detachment at 306-228-6300; the Wilkie RCMP at 306-843-3480; or the Macklin RCMP at 306-753-2171. If you wish to remain anonymous, you may also call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at1-800-222-8477, or *8477 on the SaskTel Mobility Network. Crime Stoppers will pay up to $2,000 for information which leads to the arrest of person(s) responsible for any serious crime. Crime Stoppers is anonymous and does not subscribe to call display, nor are your calls traced or recorded.
You can also submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com.