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Estevan police called about theft from Kensington Avenue

Earlier in the week, police dealt with a motorist who recorded a warning level for impairment on a roadside screening device.
Estevan Police Service Car
Recent calls for the Estevan Police Service.

ESTEVAN - Members of the Estevan Police Service are investigating a theft from a vehicle that occurred on Kensington Avenue on Wednesday.

The EPS asks the public’s assistance in reporting any suspicious people or vehicles. The matter is still under investigation at this time.

A report of an individual trespassing at a local business was received on Monday. He had left prior to members' arriving on scene.

Police received a report of an erratic driver on Fourth Street. The plate provided did not match the vehicle type that was given. The vehicle was not located by members.

A report of two suspicious people in the central part of the city was also received. Members located and spoke to the individuals.

A traffic stop resulted in a female providing a breath sample into a roadside screening device. She recorded a warning level. Her driver’s licence was suspended for 72 hours and her vehicle was impounded for three days.

Police received a call Sunday through the Report Impaired Drivers line. Police were given a description of a vehicle that was believed to be headed to an address in the Hillcrest area. Police attended and were unable to locate the vehicle being operated.

Members received a report of an individual driving without a licence. Police located the vehicle. It was parked. The driver was located in the area, spoken to and cautioned not to drive.