Bonnyville RCMP are seekng the public’s assistance identifying two suspects responsible for the theft of items and cash from the Dove Centre.
On Sept. 4, at about 11:30 p.m., local officers responded to an intrusion alarm at the centre.
When RCMP arrived, they found the building had been broken into, two electric drills were stolen, along with about $130 in cash.
Security footage caught images of two suspects who appear to be male.
In the footage, their faces were covered, and they were wearing baseball caps.
One male was wearing a plaid shirt and carrying a red backpack, while the other was wearing a camoflauge jacket.
RCMP are asking anyone with any information to call the detachment at 780-343-7200, or Crime Stoppers.
Unique items stolen in weekend break and enter
Bonnyville RCMP are asking the public for information following a break and enter sometime between Sept. 7 to 9.
Several items such as a fiddle in a pink case, a B.C. Rich Warlock guitar in a soft case, an acoustic guitar in a brown case, an Xbox 360, Nintendo 64, and 70 video games were stolen from the residence on Range Rd. 481 around Twp. Rd. 612.
Items were also stolen from the shed.
Sgt. Sarah Parke, acting detachment commander for Bonnyville RCMP, described the items taken as distinctive. Anyone with information is asked to call 780-343-7200.
Cold Lake man charged with drug offences
The Bonnyville General Investigation Section (GIS) and Bonnyville RCMP have charged a Cold Lake man with possession for the purpose of trafficking after a traffic stop near Glendon.
On Aug. 31, at around 1:30 a.m., Bonnyville GIS and RCMP officers conducted a traffic stop on Hwy. 28 near the Village of Glendon.
The vehicle was believed to be involved in the trafficking of methamphetamine in the Bonnyville area.
Dennis James Budenski, a 47-year-old Cold Lake male, was arrested during the traffic stop.
A search of the vehicle revealed one ounce of crystal meth, among other items typically used in drug trafficking.
Budenski was charged with one count of possession for the purpose of trafficking meth. He was released after a judicial hearing and will appear in Bonnyville Provincial Court on Sept. 18.