Nearly 40 occurrences came in for the Biggar RCMP detachment over the past week, resulting in twelve tickets and six warnings being issued around the area.
The biggest call had police sharing that a stolen car from the Ruthilda area was located burnt in the RM of Biggar. No photos were made available of the vehicle in question.
In another call to service members assisted a driver who got car tires stuck in the soft shoulder going east off Airport Road. Looking closer to town, around the railroad tracks police found a suspicious back-pack after missing the re-boarding call for Via Rail to Winnipeg.
A report of an at-large pitbull running around Quebec street, and a search for Frankie the cat was detailed, but members were even more busy with two-legged offenders as a group of youth were caught climbing on the bins at Nutrien AG.
Police would deal with an intoxicated family dispute at a camp outside of town, three nights of noise complaints out of Perdue, and a couple complaints of fraud though nothing new stuck out in that regard.
One more case of note saw a deal go wrong in the RM of Perdue as a 77-year-old male made aggressive threats towards a 47-year-old male over an old car deal.
The final report shared that people should be on the lookout for an early 2000's model burgundy Dodge Dakota with a topper on the back. Reports state a thin blonde male has been checking yards throughout the area, as reported sightings have come around Biggar and neighbouring detachments to the west.
As always, the local detachment is asking you to take care out there.