Help needed to identify suspects


Airdrie RCMP is looking for help to identify the suspects in a pair of petty thefts.

A woman stole a number of items from a local convenience store Nov. 8, according to Alberta RCMP Media Spokesman Cpl. Curtis Peters.

“It happened at about midnight on Nov. 8. A female went into the Fas Gas on Main Street and walked out of the store with two bags of chips as well as six packs of cigarettes that she did not pay for,” he said. “An image of the suspect was captured by surveillance camera. We’re looking for help to identify the person responsible.”

She is described by RCMP as Caucasian, 17 to 20 years of age, 5’8” tall with a slender build and black hair. She was wearing a black jacket, black jeans and black toque.

RCMP is asking anyone who recognizes the suspect or has information on this crime to call the Airdrie RCMP at 403-945-7267 and ask for Const. Raymond.

Break and enter

Airdrie RCMP is asking for help to identify a man and woman who broke into an apartment building Nov. 6 at approximately 10: 30 p.m.

“In this case there’s two suspects involved; the male suspect who pried open the front door, gaining entry to the building and then that individual went down into the parkade and opened the door allowing a female suspect in a vehicle to come in,” Peters said. “Once inside, they proceeded to commit some thefts in the parking lot.”

Peters said he did not know what kinds of items were stolen; however, the suspect did steal the items from vehicles parked in the underground parkade.

RCMP describes the man as Caucasian, approximately 20 years old with an average build. He was wearing a grey sweater, black baseball hat, blue jeans and black shoes. The woman is described as Caucasian with dark hair and a petite build. She was wearing black leggings and a white tank top.

Anyone with any information about this crime is asked to call the Airdrie RCMP at 403-945-7165 and ask for Const. Schulze.

If you have any information about any crime, contact the Airdrie RCMP detachment at 403-945-7200 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or online at


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