RCMP investigating attempted break-in to Tisdale business

TISDALE — The Tisdale RCMP is investigating an attempted break and enter to a Tisdale business.

While the investigation is ongoing, the RCMP is refraining on providing many details about the crime.

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“Three suspects have been identified and the investigation is ongoing for that,” said Cpl. Mike Benjamin with the Tisdale RCMP. “They were captured on camera.”

From Dec. 11 to Jan. 8 there were 138 calls for service for the Tisdale RCMP, including nine collisions; seven impaired drivers reported or charged; six calls under the Mental Health Act; and three break and enters, including the attempted break-in to the business.

The second break and enter call related to a garage that was broken into in Tisdale. A suspect has been identified and charged. Items were taken. 

“Several items were stolen and one youth has been charged.”

The third case was a resident who no longer lived in Tisdale believed their house was broken into. The RCMP investigated the case and found it to be unsubstantiated.

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