Police in Kindersley have the public to thank after reuniting a pair of vehicles with their owners.
Included in the most recent Kindersley RCMP report, back on January 17 the local detachment received a call of a suspicious vehicle on Main Street. Members went out on patrol and eventually located the vehicle in question, interestingly enough parked next to another vehicle, that through further investigation was also revealed to be stolen.
Following the discovery, according to reports Kindersley members located and took four suspects from Alberta into police custody, three of them being remanded for court in Saskatoon.
"This is another great example of the public seeing something that was suspicious and reporting it to police." stated Staff Sergeant Kevin Peterson. "As a result of this call we were able to reunite two vehicles with their owners and arrest the subjects in possession of these vehicles."
Those arrests certainly highlighted the calls to service for the Kindersley RCMP. Between January 8 and January 21, members responded to a further 97 calls for service including (but not limited to) one assault with a weapon call, one drug trafficking charge, and eight suspicious person complaints.
Police also gave a reminder that you can help their surveillance efforts by registering a security camera at saskcapturecw.ca.