Camrose RCMP

November 25, 2019 ~ CAMROSE RCMP

November 11

Two males in black hoodies were observed attempting to steal an ATM from a Gas Bar in the county of Camrose at approximately 4:50 AM. 

An alarm company reported a break and enter to a business near Rosalind at approximately 5:30 AM.  The building was found to have been broken into and rummaged through.  This is currently under investigation. 

November 12

A rural property near Hay Lakes was entered and several items were stolen.  It is believed the property was accessed using quads.  This matter is being investigated. 

November 15

A Peterbilt semi truck and hopper auger trailer was stolen from a yard southwest of Camrose.  The truck and trailer were later recovered by Bonnyville RCMP.  The truck is being held for an arson investigation. 

A Ford truck was stolen from a residence in Bawlf sometime throughout the night.  Keys were left inside the vehicle and doors were unlocked.  The truck was located in the City of Camrose and returned to the owner.  Police remind residents to be diligent about locking up vehicles. 

  • Deer collisions are at an all-time high during hunting season, drivers are encouraged to be aware of wildlife especially at dawn and dusk.  If you are involved in a collision, please note you are required to report it to police if the damages are over $2000.  Bring your vehicle documents and driver’s license with you to obtain a damage sticker and file number for insurance purposes. 
  • Camrose RCMP has been receiving complaints of telephone scams.  Targeting seniors, unknown person(s) are calling and claiming to be with Revenue Canada, the RCMP and many other associations in an attempt to obtain money.  Please be aware.  Do not send money, do not purchase iTunes gift cards or the like, or provide any banking information to them.  There is no need to report these phone calls unless you have already provided your credit card information or if you are missing money.  

If you have any information regarding any of the above mentioned incidents that may lead to an arrest, please contact your local RCMP Detachment at 780-672-3342 during business hours or Crime Stoppers Tips at 1-800-222-8477.