A trio of incidents in the rural areas surrounding Estevan and Torquay have led to investigations being established by the Estevan detachment of the RCMP.
The first incident occurred on the night of Friday, April 20 or early morning hours of April 21 when a business located near Highway 39 informed the local detachment that they had spotted what appeared to be bullet holes in the walls of their business. Investigation suggested that the bullets had exited through the back of the building.
The second incident occurred later in the day of April 30 or early morning hours of May 1 when RCMP received a report indicating that about 250 pounds of copper wire had been taken from a site just west of Estevan, just off Highway 39.
The third event was a break and enter at a farm near Torquay. The incident may have happened around March 19 when a quonset was broken into and several items stolen. Among the items taken was a turbo charger which would fit a John Deere 8570 tractor or a similar model. A trolling motor, fishing equipment and several tools were also missing, along with tool boxes and tools.
Anyone with information regarding any of these events is asked to contact the Estevan RCMP detachment at 637-4400 or report what you know anonymously through Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Crimestoppers does not subscribe to call display phone services and callers do not have to reveal their identity. A cash reward of up to $2,000 may be paid for information that leads to an arrest in any one of these offences or any other serious crime or drug related offence.