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RCMP investigating a theft from a rig site

Access was gained through an open door and items were taken.
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The RCMP is investigating a theft from the Kisbey area.

KISBEY - The Carlyle RCMP is asking for the public’s assistance with a break, enter and theft that occurred at a rig site near Kisbey.

According to a message from the Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network, the RCMP was alerted to the incident on Nov. 12.

Access was gained through an open door and items were taken. No further details were immediately released.

Residents of Wawota, Arcola, Carlyle, Kisbey and Pheasant Rump First Nations are being reminded that there has been an increase in property crime in the surrounding areas. Both private residences and businesses have been affected. Please remember to lock your doors and ensure that your property has proper lighting.

“If you are away from your home or business for an extended period of time please have a family member or friend check on the premises,” the RCMP said in the advisory.

Any suspicious activity should be reported immediately to the RCMP by calling 310-RCMP for an immediate response, or you can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).