SUSPECT SOUGHT - Police are searching for this suspect who allegedly broke into a Lacombe residence on Wednesday. photo submitted

Suspect sought after residential break in

Lacombe police turn to public for assistance

On the July 19th at 9:40 a.m., Lacombe police dispatch received a call of a break, enter and theft to a residence located in the 5200 block and 76th St. in Lacombe.

Information received was that an unknown male had broken into the attached garage at this location and stole a vehicle and then fled the area.

Video surveillance at this location captured a picture of the male suspect involved in this investigation.

The vehicle that was stolen was a 2005 Cadillac CTS which is grey in colour. The Alberta licence plate number is VND 878.

This theft occurred just a short time after the same male was involved in an incident near a business in Lacombe County where he fled the scene on foot after being involved in a single motor vehicle collision involving a stolen truck out of the Bonnyville area.

– Fawcett

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