Rocky police looking for robbery suspects

Public assistance requested

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Rocky Mountain House RCMP are seeking public assistance in identifying robbery suspects.

RCMP are investigating a robbery at the Tamarack Liquor Store that occurred on May 14, in Rocky.

Suspects left with an unknown number of liquor bottles. RCMP are asking for assistance in identifying the four people in seen on security camera video. One male was wearing all grey and a black-and-white ball cap, one male was in a black hoodie, one female was wearing a grey jacket, and one female had a blue jacket on.

Anyone with information about this investigation should please contact: Cpl. Joshua Matthies, or Const. Marc Mireault at the Rocky RCMP Detachment, 403-845-2882.

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