Gunshot damages stop sign

Ponoka RCMP briefs Aug. 22 to 27

On Aug. 22, the Ponoka RCMP responded to a complaint of a gunshot heard in the area of Twp. Rd 442. A stop sign near the complainant’s residence was damaged by the shot.

On Aug. 26, members located a stolen vehicle on a routine patrol on RR 10. Upon investigation it was determined that the vehicle was stolen from Calgary.

Also that day, the Ponoka RCMP received a complaint of a stolen vehicle that occurred the previous day. The vehicle was stolen from a residence on 57 Ave. and recovered in Ardrossan.

On Aug. 27, RCMP received a complaint of a break and enter to the shed at Ponoka Secondary Campus.

Later the same day, members responded to a complaint of an abandoned trailer on Twp. Rd 431A. The trailer was determined to be stolen out of Calgary.

Also on the 27th, members attended a break and enter to a lease site on RR 263. A skid steer had been stolen from the site.

– Submitted by Ponoka RCMP

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