Stettler RCMP seek third suspect in residential break-in

Stettler RCMP took two women into custody following an early morning break and enter last Tuesday.

A third suspect has not been located.

At 7:25 a.m., Stettler RCMP responded to a call that a homeowner had observed a break-in at their cabin at Rochon Sands.

Shortly after 8 a.m., Stettler and Bashaw RCMP were on the scene. Residents provided information about a truck that had crashed, and they spotted three suspects fleeing from the vehicle.

Police dog services attended and tracked two female suspects to a garage, where they were arrested without incident. The RCMP helicopter was deployed to assist in the search.

The third suspect, an unidentified male, was not located.

The truck was seized by the RCMP. It contained various stolen property and was confirmed to have been stolen the previous evening in Red Deer.

Tamara Lynn Ann Phyllis Blair, 30, of Red Deer, is charged with break and enter to a residence, possession of property obtained by crime, obstructing a police office and failing to comply with a condition of an undertaking.

At the time of her arrest, Blair was wanted on outstanding arrest warrants in Red Deer.

Amanda Ray Metro, 33, of Bentley, is charged with break and enter to a residence, possession of property obtained by crime, failing to comply with a release order and failing to comply with a probation order.

Both Metro and Blair were remanded in custody. They are scheduled to appear in Stettler provincial court on Thursday.

Stettler RCMP continue to seek information about the man involved in the break and enter. He was dressed in blue jeans, a grey hoodie and a jacket with white lettering on the back.

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