Photo via OK Tire (Innisfail) on Facebook

Video: Attempted break and enter at Innisfail business

A video on Facebook shows an attempted break and enter at a business in Innisfail.

At 2:52 a.m. on Nov. 11 OK Tire in Innisfail had an unsuccessful break and enter at the store on 49 St.

The video shows (what looks like) a black Ford vehicle circling around the lot while a person dressed in white smashes out the front bay window.

The person crawls through the window and tries to steal the parked vehicles inside.

“Without access to the keys, the individual leaves out the far bay door escaping in the same Ford at 2:56 a.m.,” the post states.

OK Tire (Innisfail) is asking residents to report any knowledge of the Nov. 11 unsuccessful break and enter to the RCMP or the business.



mamta.lulla@reddeeradvocate.com

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