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Second-degree murder charges laid in man's death near Lac Le Biche

EDMONTON – A 38-year-old man is dead following a serious incident at a residence near Lac La Biche.

Police say the man suffered serious injuries Friday at a home on the Kikino Metis Settlement, located about 54 kilometres south of Lac La Biche. 74 more words


Police seeking tips following jewelry shop break and enter

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Police seeking tips following jewelry shop break and enter

The EPS is investigating a break and enter to a west end jewelry shop that occurred on April 14, 2015 between 3:30 and 6 a.m. 181 more words

Saskatoon police crime task force making dent

SASKATOON – A Saskatoon police task force dealing with vehicle thefts and break and enters appears to be paying off. Between March 23 and April 19, 48 people were arrested, 27 for vehicle thefts and 21 for break and enters. 159 more words


Stanley Cup ring belonging to former Leaf stolen in break-and-enter

TORONTO – Police are seeking the public’s help locating a Stanley Cup ring stolen in a break-and-enter inside a Toronto home in March.

The coveted piece of jewelry belonged to former Toronto Maple Leafs player Philip Samis who helped the team win the cup in 1948. 91 more words


Thieves use ladder to break into Saskatoon apartment

SASKATOON – Charges are pending against two people who allegedly broke into a Saskatoon apartment. The second-floor theft attempt happened Tuesday morning at the apartment building located in the 100-block of 25th Street. 60 more words


Charges laid in terrifying break and enter involving sword

REGINA – Two women have been charged following a terrifying break and enter involving a sword.

Bridgette Cyr told Global News on Saturday that her daughter’s home was stormed by a group of at least six women on Friday evening. 74 more words


Regina Police catch five people breaking into buildings overnight

REGINA – Police responded to two different break and enter attempts Friday night, and have apprehended all five suspects.

Both incidents happened around 9:30 p.m. 87 more words