Break and enter interrupted near Thorsby

A homeowner came back to discover a couple of fellows trying to rob the home.

  • Dec. 9, 2015 2:00 p.m.

Police are looking for suspects following a residential break and enter near the community of Thorsby.  At approximately 12:30 PM on December 8, homeowners returned from work to find suspects actively breaking into their house.  Once spotted, the suspect fled the scene in two vehicles; one of which was stolen from the residence.

During the break-in a number of items were stolen including eight firearms and a valuable quantity of jewelry.  The firearms included six rifles and two shotguns.

Police are asking the public to be on the lookout for the suspect vehicles described as follows:

Vehicle #1 – Grey 2010 GMC Sierra bearing Alberta licence plate UEU-763

Vehicle #2 – White GMC pickup truck (no licence plate known)

The vehicles were last seen on Highway 622 in Leduc County.  If observed, please contact the Thorsby RCMP or dial 911.  Do not approach the occupants of the vehicles.

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