The Rosetown RCMP shared last week their most recent reports for the period of March 10-16th. Fluctuating temperatures this time of year can cause for danger on the roads, and multiple motor vehicle collisions during the week helped further prove that fact.

The report started off with an early call on the morning of March 10th, as sometime after 3:30 AM Rosetown RCMP would receive a complaint of a suspicious person at a rural farmyard. Members attended and spoke to the subject of complaint. They would return back shortly after for what was a fairly quiet day, until RCMP received their first report of a motor vehicle collision on Highway 7 near McGee. SK. There was no injuries, being reported to police for insurance purposes.

The next night, March 11th, RCMP received a complaint of a suspicious vehicle at a rural farmyard. Members located the vehicle and spoke to the driver. Shortly after that Rosetown RCMP would get word of another motor vehicle collision on Highway 7, again reported for insurance purposes, and the next day saw another motor vehicle collision in the afternoon near Laura as Rosetown RCMP were again notified for insurance purposes.

That set up another busy day for the detachment on Monday, March 13th, as RCMP received a complaint involving a neighbors dog at a rural farmyard. Later that night members would again receive a report of a motor vehicle collision on Highway 4, this time south near Elrose, as the report was once again made for insurance purposes and there were no injuries. Monday night finished with an unfounded complaint of assault in Rosetown.

March 15th was another busy one for the detachment as Rosetown RCMP dealt with their final motor vehicle collision of the week, this time on Highway 7 near Laura as there were no injuries, and you guessed it, it was reported for insurance purposes.

Around noon RCMP received a report of a break and enter to a residence in Tessier, SK, an hour later they received a request for a wellbeing check in Harris, and the later in the afternoon Rosetown RCMP received a complaint of theft of fuel from a rural farmyard with that matter along with the previous break and enter still under investigation.

There were also 13 traffic related charges issued during the week, one 911 mis-dial call, and two false alarm calls.

Police are asking anyone with information about these or any other crime(s) to please contact the Rosetown RCMP at 306-882-5700, Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit a tip online at