The Canora/ Sturgis RCMP responded to 75 calls for service during the reporting period, some of which included four traffic collisions, three impaired driving offences, 34 traffic offences, six assaults, three thefts, one break and enter, one fraud, and one mischief.
On February 10, an unknown male attended the Gateway Co-op in Canora and filled his black SUV with gas before leaving the gas station without paying. Attached are photos of the unknown male and SUV. If you have any information or can identify this male, please contact the Canora RCMP or Crime Stoppers.
On February 29 at around 1:40 a.m. a 2007 black and silver Arctic Cat F1000 (VIN: 4UF07SNW57T116428) was stolen from K&T Auto Body on Norway Road in Canora. The suspects used a red Ford F-150 late 90's, early 2000's pickup truck, red two-tone with beige on the bottom. Attached is a photo of the stolen snowmobile as well as the suspect truck used to load the snowmobile. If you have any information or can identify this vehicle or the person responsible, please contact the Canora RCMP or Crime Stoppers.
On February 27 or 28, a black 2017 Royal enclosed trailer was stolen from Main Street in Canora. The trailer, photo attached, had Saskatchewan licence plate No. 670KLY on it at the time it was stolen. If anyone has any information on this stolen trailer, please contact the Canora RCMP at (306) 563-4700 or Crime Stoppers.
On March 2 the Canora RCMP along with Emergency Services responded to a call for assistance in the Preeceville area where a male was becoming very aggressive while he was detoxing from drugs. The male was eventually calmed down and he was taken to the hospital where he received the help he needed. This is just a reminder that if you see someone in the community is acting in an unusual manner, they may require medical attention. So please contact the RCMP
On Saturday March 7 at approximately 7 p.m. Canora Fire Department along with Baillie Boys Towing, Rhein Fire Department, Ebenezer Fire Department and the Canora/Sturgis RCMP all took part in the Slow Down and Move Over Awareness Campaign on Highway No. 9 near Gorlitz. This Campaign was started when a tow truck driver was struck and killed by a passing motorist near Esterhazy in 2017. This was a great show of respect and all motorists slowed down appropriately.