The calls to service for the Rosetown RCMP from February 10 to 16 started off with a complaint of theft in Harris. There was insufficient evidence to proceed. There was then a report of a suspicious vehicle in Rosetown. Members located the subject vehicle and there was no suspicious activity. And February 10 concluded with the report of a vehicle collision in Rosetown. There were no injuries - reported for insurance purposes.
Moving onto February 11, there was a request for a wellbeing check in Harris. Members attended and spoke to the subject of complaint. Also on the 11th, there was a report of trespassing in Zealandia, but there was insufficient evidence to proceed.
The next day, February 12, Members received a complaint of theft in Elrose which remains under investigation.
Then on February 13th, there was a report of theft from a local business in Rosetown. The matter is still under investigation. And a lost wallet was reported in Rosetown. This also remains under investigation.
Shifting gears to February 14th, a report of a stolen vehicle from a rural farmyard was noted. Members attended and the vehicle was located later that morning.
The 15th of February saw three calls to service to end the week. Included was the complaint of theft in Rosetown. The matter is still under investigation. There was then a report of an assault in Harris. Members attended but the complainant declined to proceed. And there was one more complaint of theft from a rural farmyard. The matter is still under investigation.
There were also 31 Traffic related charges issued, one 911 misdial call and two false alarm calls 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