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RCMP Report - Cash register stolen at CMI

posted Nov 14, 2017, 11:32 AM by Kathy Carr
RCMP Blue Hills Area, report for the month of October, 2017.  Members responded to 292 incidents or occurrences, including traffic related enforcement, in the Town of Carberry, RM North Cypress-Langford and the Municipality of Glenboro-South Cypress;
October 1st;
A vehicle was stopped for speeding on Highway #1 in the early afternoon.  The vehicle was travelling at a rate of speed of 130 km/hr in a 100 km/hr zone.  Police observed two open cases of beer and an open bottle of alcohol.  The drivers breath emanated an odour of alcohol and he was asked to submit a sample of breath roadside which resulted in a Warn.  Along with a 72 hour driving suspension, the young adult driver was issued offence notices for Speeding, $442.75, and Liquor and Gaming Control Act $237.50. 

Later in the afternoon police stop another vehicle on Highway #1 for travelling at a speed of 120 km/hr in a 100 km/hr zone.  A strong odour of perfume emanated from the vehicle when police approached the driver, who was very nervous.  A roadside breath sample was taken and the driver resulted in a Fail.  The driver was taken back to the Detachment to submit breath samples which resulted in readings of 160 mgs%.  The vehicle was towed and impounded.  The young adult was charged accordingly and plead guilty on her first appearance in court.  She received a one year driving prohibition and a fine of $1690. 
October 7th;
Police were called to a collision at the intersection of Hwy #1 and Hwy #5 involving two vehicles.  Witnesses to the collision state that a northbound SUV failed to yield the right of way to a westbound car.  The two vehicles collided, fortunately only minor injuries were sustained by a passenger of the SUV.  An offence notice was issued to the driver of the SUV from Carberry for failing to yield the right of way. 
October 8th;
Police were advised of a disturbance at the campground in Carberry on 3rd Avenue.  The complainant had been kept awake most of the night as the neighbouring camper had a party.  Now that it was morning, the vehicles were starting to leave and the complainant was afraid they may be intoxicated.  Police were able to intercept and found the drivers were not impaired.  The complainant was satisfied with the outcome. 
October 11th;
Police were called to the Treesbank Colony as concerned residents were reporting an intoxicated male.  Police attended and removed the adult male from the residence and subsequently lodged him until he was sober. 
October 12th;
A break and enter was reported to  residence in the RM of North Cypress-Langford, having occurred within the previous three days.  A window was broken on a door allowing the suspect(s) to gain entry.  Firearms were stolen from the residence.  The matter remains under investigation.   
October 13th;
Two private shops in the RM of North Cypress-Langford were broken into, having occurred within the previous two days.  A few items were stolen from within the shop which included a pressure washer, propane cutting torch, a Makita drill set and a Makita side grinder. 
Apples Esso at Glenboro reports a gas and dash had just occurred at 3:00pm as the suspect driver filled his tank with $27 worth of fuel and quickly left the parking lot heading west.   A licence plate was obtained and the police contacted the owner who in turn contacted the person using her vehicle that day.  The outstanding balance was paid back to the gas station and the matter was resolved without charges. 
October 17th;
A break and enter at the Glenboro Pharmacy was reported to police having occurred in the early morning hours.  Evidence has been gathered and the matter remains under investigation.
A residential property in the RM of North Cypress-Langford was broken into.  Numerous tools were stolen.  It is believed that this break and enter occurred at the same time as a previously reported incident, however was not discovered for a few days.  The matter remains under investigation. 
October 18th;
In the early hours of this date, a Carberry resident reports seeing two males exit a vehicle and urinate in the middle of the street.  A licence plate was obtained.  The registered owner was located however would not return calls.  The matter has been concluded.    The same vehicle was noted on another street in Carberry when two males were noted inside the vehicle.  When a resident exited his home, the vehicle left promptly. 
Police were called to a structure fire in the RM of North Cypress-Langford.  A Ford pickup truck appeared to have been deliberately driven into an abandoned home.  Both the truck and the home were on fire.  The truck was completely destroyed, with only the frame left.  After further investigation it was learned the truck had been stolen from Brandon the previous day. 
October 24th;
The Carberry Motor Inn reports the theft of a cash register from the vendor area.  The theft occurred during normal business hours and contained a large quantity of cash.  Police are reviewing the evidence located and the matter remains under investigation.
October 28th;
The Sandhills Golf and Country Club was broken into during the late evening of this date.  Entry was gained by smashing a window.  Once inside the suspect(s) stole the cash register and rummaged through the beer fridge. The register did not contain any cash. 
October 30th;
A vehicle was stolen near the Camp Hughes rest stop area on Highway #1 in the afternoon of this date.  The owner's had parked the vehicle while they went for a walk as they looked at rural property to purchase.  They returned 20 minutes later to discover the truck had been stolen.  The keys had been left inside the truck.   OnStar located the vehicle near Portage the next day.  Their personal credit cards had been used to make minor purchases.  The matter remains under investigation. 
October 31st;
A private structure on a rural property in the RM of North Cypress-Langford was entered during the night.  Two Polaris quads were taken from within the unlocked shed.  One is described as a blue 2017 Polaris Ranger XP 1000 and the other being a blue 2016 Polaris Razor with Manitoba Plate 3J411.
RCMP are asking anyone with information regarding any unsolved crime to contact the Carberry RCMP at (204) 834-2905 or call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477, submit a secure tip online at or text “TIPMAN” plus your message to CRIMES (274637)
Authorized by;
Cpl. Jennifer McKinnon
NCO i/c, Carberry Detachment