On September 2nd, 2016 at 7:25 a.m., Headingly RCMP were informed of a break and enter to a fenced compound at Rohl Enterprises. It appears as though the suspect(s) entered the compound by crawling under the fence. Once in the compound, a company pickup truck with an enclosed trailer was driven through the locked gate. An unknown dark coloured pickup truck then entered the compound, and attached a utility trailer which contained rolls of cable. The dark pickup truck then departed the compound. A second company pickup truck with an enclosed trailer was then observed leaving the compound. The trailer contained numerous tools. The second truck and trailer (without the tools) were located in Winnipeg. There is no description of the suspect(s).
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