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Bonnyville mounties looking for names after pair of break-ins

Bonnyville mounties are putting the pieces together on a pair of break-ins. Police say on November 14th just after 2 am they were called to the Korner Mart in Glendon after a truck was backed through the main doors. Three suspects, who were all wearing face masks, stole an empty cash drawer, cigarettes and food and drinks. The white Ford Super Duty they were driving had no license plate and a broken left tail light.

The RCMP is saying later on that morning the Bonnyville Co-op was broken into. An early-2000’s Chevy Silverado truck was used this time to knock down the front door while two men and a woman wearing coveralls swiped two safes and cigarettes. Police say the stolen goods were worth just shy of $3000.

Video camera footage was taken of both incidents. Mounties are saying anyone with information on the crime or suspects is asked to call the Bonnyville RCMP at 780-343-7200 or online at Crime Stoppers.

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