Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of November 1 to 7:
*Weyburn Police are asking for the public's assistance with an act of mischief that was done to the downtown Cenotaph over the weekend. Anyone with information on this or any crime is asked to contact the Weyburn Police Service or Crime Stoppers.
*On November 8 at 8:30 p.m. police received a complaint of a vehicle traveling through a fence in the 100 block of 10th Avenue South. Investigation revealed that an 18-year-old female from Weyburn drove through the fence and left the scene. The driver and the vehicle were later located and the driver was charged with failing to report an accident.
*During the night of November 7, a business in the 10 block of Hill Avenue had two windows broken. No entry was gained to the building and the investigation is on-going.
*During the early morning hours of November 5, police received calls of mischief in two areas of the city. In the area of Ash Drive and Government road, a fence was damaged and a van in the nearby area had the windshield damaged from the loose boards. Two vehicles in the 700 block of Fifth Street were also damaged. It appears that the culprits in this case approached the vehicles and damaged them by kicking off the side mirrors.
*The NorAmera Bioenergy plant was the scene of a large bale fire on the night of November 2. The fire was reported at 8:43 p.m. and involved approximately 2,500 round flax bales. At this time, the Weyburn Fire Department and Weyburn Police Service are treating the fire as suspicious and investigation is on-going.
*On November 1, police were called to Heritage Village in regards to a theft and mischief complaint. An unknown person forced open a door to a building on the grounds and then stole a firearm that was being used for display purposes.
*Police attended to a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Highway 39 and Third Street South on November l at approximately 4:15 p.m. A 32-year-old male from Alberta was travelling eastbound on the highway and struck a southbound truck on Third Street. The driver from Alberta was charged for disobeying a red light.
*Over the past week a local gas station had trouble with a person filling their vehicle with gasoline on two occasions and failing to pay for the fuel. Investigation found the owner of the vehicle and restitution was made.
Police received 119 calls for service during this reporting period.