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RCMP Report - Two homes in Carberry get egged

posted Oct 24, 2016, 9:30 AM by Kathy Carr
Blue Hills Area RCMP report for the period of October 1st to 17th, 2016. During this time, members responded to approximately 173 incidents or calls for service in the Town of Carberry, Muni­ci­pality of North Cyp­ress-Langford and Muni­cipality of Glen­boro-South Cypress;
 Between the 28th and 30th of September, several thefts were reported to the police in Carberry regarding the theft of bicycles and also a green Step 2 wagon with at­tached trailer. Two of these residents reside on Young Street. One complainant advises that two bicycles from their yard, one blue BMX with red rims and the other is a grey adult mountain bike with older style fenders and rack. These items have not been located. 
October 1
Two Carberry residents report someone had thrown eggs at their homes in the late evening of this date. A vehicle was noted to be driving away after the incidents. 
October 3
A Carberry business owner, dealing in antiques and collectibles, reports items were stolen from his store, which he valued at approximately $1000.  The incident was believed to have occurred two weeks prior. When at­tending anot­her antique store near Brandon, the complainant noted his stolen items were for sale. He inquired with the owner of the business who advised that a female from Car­berry attended with the items to sell. 

The complainant at­tended the residence in Carberry and confronted the home owner. Sub­sequently the person responsible contacted the Brandon business owner and offered the money back so the items could be returned to the rightful business owner. The matter is pending conclusion based upon whether the complainant has received the items back.
October 6
Several residents in Carberry report two suspicious males that attended their homes on the premise that they were there to obtain water samples. One male offered the explanation that they were studying the infrastructure of the water and wanted to determine water qual­ity. They mention they are attending all the homes in Carberry and were wor­king for the town public works department. One resident al­lowed the male into his home, where he took a sample of water from the kitchen tap. He said he would return in an hour after testing the water and the cost would be $800. No money or personal information was exchanged. The male did not return after the home owner said it was a lot of money to pay for water testing. 
Similar incidents have been reported to police throughout the Westman area.
Police are reminding the public to be wary of door to door solicitors that do not have proper identification and have not registered with the Town of Carberry and obtained a licence. Any suspicious activities can be reported to the police. 
October 8
Police were advised of a hit and run incident that had occurred on a rural road in the Municipality of North Cypress-Lang­ford. The complainant advises him­self and two other passengers were in their vehicle travelling along the roadway when another vehicle approac­hed quickly. The complainant pulled over to the side of the road and stopped. This is when the occupants of the other vehicle stopped and inquired if the group were hunting in the area. The suspect vehicle then made contact with the complainant's vehicle, pushing it off the ­way. The suspect vehicle then left the area. There were no personal injuries sustained. The matter remains under investigation. 

 October 12
Police were advised that a male adult, previously charged for a domestic situation in September and was released on the conditions of an undertaking, had breached his con­di­tions. The adult male from the Carberry area was to have no contact directly or indirectly with the comp­lainant. This condition was breac­hed when he attended a location, knowing she was present. He has been arrested and will appear before a Judge in Octo­ber. 

 October 14
Police received a complaint of an assault from an adult male resident of Carberry. He advises he attended to a home in Carberry with a couple other males. He advises he was assaulted at the house by one of the males. He ran back to his own apartment and called police, fearing he had been followed by the three males. Alcohol is be­lieved to be a factor in this incident. The matter remains under investigation.   
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;
A i/c Cst. Matthew DEMEY Carberry RCMP