UPDATE: Police responded to suspicious vehicle reports in Berwyn and recovered the stolen truck from Fairview.
Stolen tubs of fuel and the flat deck trailer involved in the Grimshaw incidents remain missing and community members are asked to contact Fairview or Peace Regional RCMP.
Fairview and Peace Regional RCMP are asking for the public’s help in tracking down a vehicle after reports of a vehicle theft and fuel theft over Halloween weekend. On October 29th, Fairview RCMP responded to a report of a stolen 2005 Chevrolet Silverado in the area of 91 Avenue in Fairview.
According to police, there is no surveillance footage available and no suspect description. However, the vehicle is believed to have been taken between the evening of October 28th and sunrise on October 29th.
The truck is described as a grey 2005 Silverado with Alberta plate 26N454 and a black push bar with a slip tank in the box.
On October 30th, Peace Regional RCMP responded to reports of theft of fuel over $5,000 from a business in the area of Township Road 840 and Highway 35 in Grimshaw. Police say they have obtained surveillance and confirmed a match with the stolen vehicle reported on October 29.
As a result, Fairview and Peace Regional RCMP are asking anyone in the area to review security or dashcam footage and contact RCMP with any additional information of value to assist police with identifying any possible suspects or locations of the vehicle or stolen fuel.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Fairview RCMP at 780-835-2211 or the Peace Regional detachment at 780-624-6611.