What started as a simple lost-and-found ended up the headline story out of the most recent Biggar RCMP report.
A good Samaritan turned in a lost wallet they found fully intact with cash, and many more important personal details. Police weren't forced to wait for long, as the owner of the wallet was 'extremely grateful to be reunited with it' in a story that just might restore some humanity.
Another case of lost property has Biggar RCMP looking for the rightful owner of a red walker. It was turned in to the local detachment, and anybody who might have a lead on it's owner can call the station at (306) 948-6600.
Police in Biggar are still looking for information on the theft of a pair of semis. Find the full details above, as for now a 2004 grey Peterbilt semi remains outstanding.
Other calls from the first report of November included suspicious people and vehicles. An unidentified thin male around 65 to 70 years old was caught shoplifting. This individual may be wearing a black jacket with the Town of Biggar with the name “David” on the left arm.
A passenger car was reported stealing a Kona Bear Deluxe Mountain Bike from Main Street in Biggar. Another 911 call reported that an aggressive dog on the 400 block of 2 Avenue East escaped a fenced-in yard, though it was back home safe as members arrived.
There were 42 occurrences in all dealt with by members over the week, including eight warnings and 15 tickets total to drivers on the road. One call detailed a 75-year-old driver with a passenger on Highway #51 that needed an emergency response after the car slid down a steep embankment.
A vehicle parked roadside on Quebec Street in Biggar saw damage done to it's rear-driver side bumper as police look for answers. Another call saw police come across an abandoned pickup truck on Highway #14 with flashing hazard lights and a flat tire. Another flat tire was reported near Perdue on a grid road.
This information was in the official Biggar RCMP report for November 6.