The hunt is on for the people who stole a fifth wheel travel trailer from Fort Macleod on Sunday.
Fort Macleod RCMP received a report Sunday of the theft of a fifth wheel travel trailer which occurred the previous night.
Const. Zach Stonley said someone cut a lock to the yard at Scougall’s RV Centre in Fort Macleod and stole a large travel trailer.
The trailer is a light brown 2017 Elkridge model 35TSRL, 38 feet long fifth wheel.
The vehicle that removed the trailer is suspected to be a larger model pickup truck, would be required to have a fifth wheel hitch, and from tire prints observed on the scene it appears to have aggressive off-road tires.
In other police news, RCMP are investigating a break-in earlier this month at a Fort Macleod business.
RCMP received a report Aug. 12 of a break-in at the Edgewater Animal Clinic on Col. Macleod Blvd.
Stonley said in a news release the break-in occurred between the evening of Friday, Aug. 11 and the morning of Saturday, Aug. 12.. Electronics and a large amount of cash were stolen.
A vehicle was observed parked in front of the clinic at about 11:30 p.m. on Aug. 11 and police would like to speak with the owner. The vehicle is an older model, possibly Chevrolet, two-door pickup with a black tonneau cover.
If you have information regarding this theft contact the RCMP at 403-553-7200 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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