On June 11th, 2017 Lac Du Bonnet RCMP received a complaint of a theft/attempted break and enter to a cabin on Wendigo Road. The incident is believed to have occurred on June 5th or June 6th, 2017. Trail cameras on the property show that there were a male and female suspect on the property. The suspect vehicle appears to be a dark coloured Chevrolet Avalanche, possibly between the years of 2003-2005. The female suspect appears to have a tattoo on her lower right leg. Police are requesting assistance in identifying the suspects. Another male walked a dog on to the same property approximately a week and a half prior to the theft, and police are looking to identify and speak to the male as the circumstances were described as suspicious. If you have any information or can identify the subjects pictured, please contact Lac Du Bonnet RCMP at 204-345-6311 or submit a tip.
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