Two charged in break-in at salon

A 32 year-old man and a 23 year-old woman have been charged in connection with a break and enter at Safari Spa and Salon on Dunlop Street in Red Deer.

A 32 year-old man and a 23 year-old woman have been charged in connection with a break and enter at Safari Spa and Salon on Dunlop Street in Red Deer.

Red Deer RCMP responded to an alarm at the business on Friday just before 4 a.m. A police officer noticed a suspicious vehicle speeding away from the area as he arrived.

The sounding alarm was confirmed as an actual break-in and other patrol units were notified.

The vehicle did not pull over when it was later located by another officer. These officers did not pursue the vehicle.

However, the vehicle was again soon located by another patrol unit and two people were arrested.

The vehicle they were driving was confirmed as stolen.

Robert Moore has been charged with one count of break and enter, one count of theft, one count of criminal flight from police and one count of dangerous driving.

Shaunticy Smith has also been charged with one count of break and enter and one count of theft.

Both were later released and are to appear in Red Deer provincial court today.

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