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Estevan police called about theft from store, vehicle-cyclist collision

The Estevan Police Service is seeking the public's attention about a couple of calls this week.
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ESTEVAN - Members of the Estevan Police Service are investigating a recent theft from a retailer.

Police received a call on July 25 around 5:45 p.m. of the theft at the Estevan Market Mall. The two suspects stole several items from the store before running to a blue car in the parking lot.

Police have obtained surveillance images of two females involved and are asking anyone who can identify them to call EPS or Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers.

That same day, police received an erratic driving complaint. The vehicles were not located and the complainant was unable to provide a licence plate number.

Police received a criminal harassment complaint. The victim is having her social media accounts manipulated by an individual. The matter is still under investigation.

A vehicle travelling on King Street collided with a youth on a bike on July 26 at approximately 4:25 p.m. The youth left the scene of the collision prior to speaking to the driver of the vehicle. Police are wanting to speak to the youth about the incident.

At this time police do not believe any charges will be laid. The driver of the vehicle was shaken as a result of the incident.

Anyone with information relating to the youth involved in this collision is asked to contact the police.

Police also received a report of mischief to property. The complainant reported that he thought someone broke his window next to the door with a rock. Police attended and examined the damage to the window. The damage appears to have been caused by excessive slamming of the house door.

Officers received a report of a suspicious person. Police were able to locate and identify the individual. No further action required at this point in time.