Personation of peace officers near Buck Creek

On May 18th, 2016, Thorsby/Breton RCMP received a complaint of a suspicious vehicle on Range Road 60 nearby Township road 474.

  • May. 20, 2016 5:00 p.m.

On May 18th, 2016, Thorsby/Breton RCMP received a complaint of a suspicious vehicle on Range Road 60 nearby Township road 474.

A resident of the area located the black Chevrolet Tahoe parked on the side of Range Road 60 and approached it in an attempt to identify a license plate for the vehicle. When the resident got close to the vehicle, the occupants turned on blue flashing lights. The tactic was to mimic the lights of a police vehicle. The resident approached the vehicle and spoke with 2 males who advised they were police officers and that they were on an investigation. The suspects showed police badges to the resident.

Suspect vehicle

  • · Black Chevrolet Tahoe;
  • · Rusty looking front bumper that looked after market;
  • · Silver receiver with 3 size ball;
  • · Blacked out back window;
  • · Was clean at the time.

Suspect #1, Driver

  • · Bald;
  • · Wearing a red T-shirt;
  • · Was wearing green latex gloves;
  • · Around 35 years old;
  • · Caucasian;
  • · Male.

Suspect #2

  • · Longer hair, sticking out of his ball cap;
  • · Wearing a ball cap and a jacket;
  • · Was playing with something on his laps;
  • · Around 35 years old;
  • · Caucasian;
  • · Male.

The suspects were personating peace officers.

If you observed anything suspicious in the area or have information in relation to this incident please call the Breton RCMP at (780)696-3520.

 

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