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Arrest in connection with thefts


An arrest has been made in connection with a series of thefts that recently happened in Estevan.

Estevan Police Service members were alerted to a skidoo trailer that was parked abnormally on the road north of the Estevan Comprehensive School on February 10. Officers attended and learned that the trailer and the skidoos were taken from a nearby residence without the owner’s permission.

Police were then alerted to a theft of fuel at a local gas station. A vehicle description was obtained and police searched for the vehicle, but could not locate it. A short time later, a patron at the gas bar visited the police station and informed police that the vehicle involved in the gas theft was also stolen and belonged to an Estevan resident.

Police and RCMP, along with the Regina Police Service, were involved in the search. RCMP found the vehicle on a highway south of Regina, but the vehicle wouldn't stop. The vehicle was later located by the Regina Police Service in the north end of Regina.

A 20-year-old Regina female was taken into custody. She faces numerous charges, including theft of the vehicle, theft under $5,000 and theft over $5,000. She also has some outstanding warrants.

She appeared in Regina Provincial Court on February 11, and has been in Estevan Provincial Court to answer to the charges.  




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