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Vehicle stolen from Indian Head

June 10, 2019, 4:55 pm


The stolen vehicle has a couple of unique decals that should make it easy to identify
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The Indian Head RCMP is investigating the theft of a vehicle that occurred between the hours of 9:00 pm June 9 and 6:00 am on June 10.

The vehicle was stolen from the owner's residence which was in the Sunshine mobile home park in Indian Head.

The vehicle is a 2018 black Jeep Compass with Sask Licence plates 645 JFP.

The Jeep has decals in the back window.

There are pink decals on the driver side of the rear window and white decals on the left side the rear window.

The pink decals say "sorry to disappoint you cowboy I was just checking out your truck" and the white decals say "powered by bitchdust".

The vehicle has not yet been recovered but the suspects attempted to use a cancelled debit card at the McDonalds on the east side of Regina.

If anybody has information on this theft or seen anything suspicious in this area, they are asked to contact the Indian Head RCMP at (306) 695-5200.

If you have information related to this advisory please call 9 1 1 or 310-RCMP.


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