The RCMP is investigating the theft of 6 new cars stolen from a car dealership in Rosetown.

The Rosetown RCMP reported that six new vehicles were stolen from a local dealership between 5 and 6 am on Tuesday.

The RCMP said they received a report of a group of suspicious vehicles moving close together on a local road at high speed.

Shortly thereafter, they said they had received a second report about the hiatus and going into business in Rosetown.

The police began searching for the vehicles. Two were found abandoned in the area of ​​the RCMP detachment in Rosetown.

According to the police, the investigation found that the rest of the cars were moving to the northwest. They were accompanied by a Ford F350 stolen from Rosetown on June 19.

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Another car was found abandoned near Luseland, South Carolina. With the help of the Luseland Police Service, a second car was located nearby and stopped.

Two invaders fled on foot, but were soon discovered and arrested. In one of the vehicles, two illegally modified small arms, ammunition and a car key box were found and seized.

Further investigation revealed that some of the prominent cars may have been owned by Albert. Later, one of them was found in Red Deer RCMP Red Deer.

“At the start of this investigation, we alerted the public to report sightings and information through local media and the Saskatchewan Crime Watch Bulletin. We would like to thank members of the public who provided information about suspicious vehicles in their area – this helped the investigation, ”- Sgt. Rosetown RCMP. Jason Walden said in a press release.

As a result of the investigation, Lee Falsetta, 36, and Samantha Riggins, 34, both of Red Deer, were charged with one count of breaking, entering and committing a crime.

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They will appear before Kindersley Provincial Court on June 22, 2022.

The Saskatchewan and Alberta RCMP are continuing their investigation and are trying to find two prominent vehicles – a black 2022 Jeep Wrangler last seen without a license plate, and a gray 2019 Ford 350 with Saskatchewan license plate 287LLV.

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If you see these cars, stay away from them. To inquire about or report this incident, contact your local RCMP office or the police. Information can also be submitted anonymously through Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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