Innisfail RCMP provided an update on Friday night (January 18th) that nearly all of the stolen property that was outstanding from a break and enter to a rural property east of the town of Innisfail has been located.
Innisfail, Alta. - Innisfail RCMP continued to investigate a previously reported break and enter to a rural property east of Innisfail that occurred on Tuesday, January 15th 2019.
Police followed a number of leads that brought them to an undisclosed location later today where they discovered nearly all of the stolen property that was outstanding. The items have been returned to the rightful owner.
The two accused remain in custody and no additional charges will be laid at this time.
Background stoy from Innisfail RCMP at 2:08pm on Friday, January 18th.
Innisfail, Alta. - Innisfail RCMP have arrested two men who police say were attempting to sell stolen property.
On Tuesday, January 15th Innisfail RCMP responded to a report of a break and enter to a rural property east of the town of Innisfail.
An outbuilding on the property had been entered and a large amount of music equipment and instruments had been stolen.
The Innisfail RCMP, with the assistance of K Division Serious Crimes Branch GIS began an investigation which led them to a location in Red Deer.
Innisfail RCMP observed two males at that location in possession of stolen property and arrested both without incident. The RCMP recovered a number of the stolen items however are still looking for the following equipment:
- Roland Phantom Keyboard
- Roland 08 Keyboard
- Sound board
- Hercules boom stands
- Cordless mics and control boxes
- Compact sound system
- Speakers and Amps
28 year old Brandon Wegner of Central Alta has been charged with:
- Possess stolen property over $5000 for the purpose of trafficking
- Breach of Recognizance X2
26 year old Justin Schilling also of Central Alta has been charged with:
- Possession of stolen property over $5000 for the purpose of trafficking
Both men have been remanded pending bail hearings this week in Red Deer Provincial Court.
If you have information about this incident, please call the Innisfail RCMP at 403-227-3341 or call your local police. If you want to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), by internet at www.tipsubmit.com, or by SMS (check your local Crime Stoppers www.crimestoppers.ab.ca for instructions).