A collection of bills were stolen from an antique store in Innisfail in November and police have now charged three individuals with the alleged theft. (Photo courtesy of RCMP)

Charges laid in theft of antique coins and bills in Innisfail

Three Central Albertans have been charged in an unusual suspected break and enter case.

In November, police were called to a break and enter at an Innisfail Antique store. A collection of antique coins and paper currency was stolen that was on cosignment. Later in the month, RCMP recovered a quantity of the stolen currency in an unrelated case.

Three individuals, a male from Penhold, a woman from Innisfail and a woman from Olds were all remanded into custody on other matters and were charged with one county of possession of a stolen property for the purpose of trafficking.

First appearance on these charges is set for January 28 in Red Deer provincial court.