On the morning of the 15th of December, 2012 Steinbach RCMP were advised that a vehicle was stolen from Simard Street in La Broquerie. Sometime during the night suspect(s) broke into and stole a 2001 Silver Dodge Ram 1500 pickup truck.. The suspect(s) removed the licence plates from the vehicle and began to driving erratically around the community of La Broquerie. On Sunday morning Steinbach RCMP located the vehicle abandoned in La Broquerie on Rue Des Pignons in La Broquerie. Police have reason to believe the same vehicle may have been involved in other criminal behaviors in and around the immediate area.
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