The Rosetown RCMP had a busy week from May 27 to June 2, as there were numerous reports of scam phone calls. The nature of the calls includes individuals telling people that their SIN in being suspended. Scammers are also setting up fake websites that cause pop-ups to appear on your computer screen warning that you have a virus, they will offer to fix it but they are requesting people to purchase iTune, Google Play or VISA cards and to give the numbers on the back of the cards. Police are reminding people to NOT give any personal information to unknown individuals and if, in doubt, always call the RCMP before agreeing to any callers requests.
Also during the week was two reports of a motor vehicle collision with a deer on Highway 7. One near Harris, and the other near Rosetown. There were no injuries - reported for insurance purposes.
RCMP received a report of a break and enter to a residence and garage in Zealandia. The matter is still under investigation. There was also a report of a suspicious person in Rosetown. Members patrolled the area but not able to locate anyone or find anything suspicious.
RCMP then received a report of theft of tires from a business yard in Rosetown. The matter is still under investigation.
And there was a report of an assault in Rosetown. The matter is still under investigation.
There were also 30 Traffic related charges issued during the week. 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 www.saskcrimestoppers.com.