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Canora/Sturgis RCMP activity report

Canora/Sturgis RCMP received calls recently which included a fuel truck fire and the discover of a fake revolver, which are illegal in Canada.
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Canora/Sturgis RCMP responded to 32 calls from November 11 to November 18.

The Canora/Sturgis RCMP responded to 32 calls from November 11 to November 18, some of which included: one theft, three mischiefs, two Fire Prevention Act calls, two frauds, two traffic collisions, 10 provincial traffic offences, 11 other provincial traffic offences, and one other incident.

Garage fire

On November 12, the Canora/Sturgis RCMP responded to a garage fire in Preeceville. Police assisted the Preeceville Fire Department with crowd and vehicle control. The fire is not considered to be suspicious.

Fake firearm

A concerned complainant called the Canora/Sturgis RCMP on November 13 for police to take possession of a revolver that was found inside a recently purchased home in Canora. Police determined the revolver to be a replica firearm. A replica firearm is a device that closely resembles an existing make and model of a firearm. They are prohibited devices in Canada.

Moose hit

The Canora/Sturgis RCMP attended a single vehicle collision on Highway No. 49 by Nut Mountain on November 14. A vehicle struck a dead moose that was in the middle of the road. The driver sustained minor injuries from the collision.

Fuel truck fire

On November 15, the Canora/Sturgis RCMP responded to a report of a fuel truck on fire at the Co-op bulk fuel station on Highway No. 9 by Crystal Lake. The driver of the truck was able to extinguish the fire which originated in the engine compartment.

I thought this was my house

The Canora/Sturgis RCMP were dispatched to a male banging on a door of a residence in Canora on November 17. Police attended and learned the male was intoxicated and had mistaken that residence for his own. The male was given a verbal warning and released to a friend.

This is an emergency?

The Canora/Sturgis RCMP were dispatched to a 911 hang-up call on November 17 from a residence in Canora. Police attended and spoke with a male at the residence who stated he called 911 in a panic as his stomach was upset from eating too fast and he had to pass gas.

If you have any information about this incident or any other crimes, please contact the Canora RCMP at 306-563-4700, or you can also report anonymously via Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

Call the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment Turn In Poachers & Polluters (TIPP) Line, toll-free, at 1-800-667-7561 or #5555 from a Sasktel cellphone (phone calls only, no text messages).