Weyburn police investigating pair of break-ins

The Weyburn Police Service is investigating a report of a break-and-enter to a commercial building in the downtown area, which occurred on Wednesday. Some of the property has already been recovered and some individuals have been charged. The police are still investigating and believe there is at least one more individual involved.

Police are investigating a residential break-and-enter which was reported on Thursday. The matter is still under investigation.

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Weyburn police received information that unidentified youth were causing damage at the Tom Laing Park on April 15. Some youth were present when police arrived, but it is uncertain if they were the ones causing the damage.

The Firearms Amnesty ended on Friday. The Weyburn Police Service received a total of six unwanted firearms, including one handgun and five small calibre rifles.

“Thank you to those who made the streets a little safer by getting rid of these unwanted weapons,” said deputy chief Rod Stafford.

City police received a report of a stolen bicycle, a pink and purple youth mountain bike. The bike was taken from the 300 block of Sixth Street on April 15. Anyone having information about this theft, or the location of the bike is asked to contact the Weyburn Police Service.

City police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the early morning hours on Sunday. The stop led to a drug investigation resulting in the seizure of a large amount of cash. A 30-year-old Edmonton man has been charged with possession of the proceeds of crime. 

Weyburn police received a request to conduct a wellbeing check on an individual on April 16. The person was located and transported to the hospital for assessment and treatment.

City police received a report of a suspected drinking driver on Wednesday. The vehicle and driver was located and has been charged with driving while over .08. An indefinite licence suspension was issued pending conclusion in court.

Weyburn police received numerous complaints regarding a possible impaired driver on Thursday. The vehicle and driver were located and found to be the same person as the prior day. The female driver was remanded in custody pending a court appearance in Estevan Monday.

City police received a report of a vehicle driving in an erratic manner on Thursday. The vehicle was located and as a result of the stop the driver was issued a traffic ticket for driving without due care and attention. 

Weyburn police received a request to conduct a wellbeing check on an individual on Friday. The person was found to be home and fine.

City police received a request to conduct a wellbeing check on a different individual on Friday. The person was found to be suffering from a self-inflicted injury and was transported to the Weyburn Hospital for treatment.

Weyburn police are investigating a report of a possible bank fraud on Saturday. The matter is still under investigation.