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Police looking for hit and run suspect after cyclist injured

By: Matt Durnan

  |  Posted: Thursday, Apr 10, 2014 11:38 am

Airdrie RCMP are seeking the public's assistance to identify this man and a woman who were spotted on surveillance camera at The Breeze complex on Feb. 19. The male stole a car battery from an indoor parking garage.
Airdrie RCMP are seeking the public's assistance to identify this man and a woman who were spotted on surveillance camera at The Breeze complex on Feb. 19. The male stole a car battery from an indoor parking garage.
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The Airdrie RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a motorist involved in a hit and run on April 6.

At around 7:15 p.m. on April 6, Airdrie RCMP responded to a call about a collision involving a motor vehicle and a cyclist.

A teal four-door vehicle was driving westbound on Big Springs Drive and struck the cyclist, before continuing westbound.

The cyclist, a 17-year-old male from Airdrie was transported to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

“He was pretty banged up with injuries to his legs, but not life-threatening,” said Cst. Jason Curtis, Airdrie RCMP.

At press time, police had not identified the make or model of the car. The vehicle is described as a four-door teal car driven by an Asian male.

“Any information that anyone has and can provide would be greatly appreciated,” said Curtis.

Bayside theft

Airdrie RCMP is requesting the assistance of the public to identify two suspects involved in the theft of a car battery.

On Feb. 19 at 11:30 p.m. a man and woman were in The Breeze condo complex in Bayside, when a man broke into the indoor garage.

The woman waited by the front door in a black Chrysler 300. The man was spotted by surveillance cameras on site trying to open several car doors of vehicles parked in the garage.

He then returned to the waiting vehicle before the two entered the garage, where the man then stole a car battery. The two left shortly after midnight.

Property crime arrests

The Airdrie RCMP have made several arrests this month stemming from investigations relating to residential break and enters, construction site thefts and vehicle prowlings over the past month.

“A lot of people had unfortunate things happen with having their homes or vehicles broken into,” said Curtis.

“This was the cumulative effort of tips from the public and hard work by our officers.”

Josh Adrian, a 23-year-old Airdrie resident has been charged with 20 counts of possession of stolen property and one count of fraud relating to residential break and enters in Airdrie. He is scheduled to appear in Airdrie Provincial Court on April 24.

Clinton Pittman, a 34-year-old resident of Airdrie has been charged with 57 counts of possession of stolen property and one count of breach of recognizance relating to thefts from construction sites in Airdrie. He is scheduled to appear in Airdrie Provincial Court on April 10.

Chad Cutting, a 35 year old of no fixed address and Brittany MacLeod, a 19 year old from Calgary have both been charged with mischief relating to vehicle prowlings.

Cutting and MacLeod’s vehicle was spotted by a concerned citizen who reported to Airdrie RCMP, providing information that led to the charges. Cutting is scheduled to appear in court in Airdrie on April 25, MacLeod is scheduled for a May 1 court date in Airdrie.

Three male youths have also been charged with mischief in relation to vehicle prowlings around Airdrie.

Curtis was appreciative of the public’s assistance in this latest group of arrests and says the RCMP continues to enlist public assistance to solve these types of crimes.

If you have information on any unsolved crime, call Airdrie RCMP at 403-945-7200.


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