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Pincher Creek RCMP investigate rural crimes

Pincher Creek RCMP have seen a recent increase in thefts and rural crime.
On May 4 a ride-on Snapper mower, a white Kenmore washing machine, a Kirchner pressure washer and other tools were stolen from a farm west of Pincher Creek.
Sometime overnight on May 17 a camo green 2012 John Deere Gator utility vehicle and a 2009 red Honda quad were stolen from Sunset Feeders Feedlot west of Pincher Creek.
Sometime between June 10-13 a blue 2015 Polaris Sportsman quad was stolen from a back yard on Albert Street in Pincher Creek.
On June 6 several thousand litres of diesel fuel was stolen from a fuel tank located on a farm east of Pincher Creek. A shop and residence were also broken into with damage to the doors.
During the week of June 15-22 fuel was stolen from the Castle Sustainable Resource Development fuel cache.
About 3,000 litres of Jet A fuel were taken after a truck entered the site by cutting the fence. The fuel tank that is used to refuel helicopters that are working in the area.
On the night of June 20 a John Deere 7410 with a front loader, and a John Deere 568 round bailer were stolen and driven away from the field they were parked in at a farm northeast of the Oldman Dam.
The RCMP asks people to report suspicious activity and vehicles and obtain licence plates and descriptions if possible.

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