Police received a complaint Thursday night, where the caller was concerned for a dog that was being left outside. Police determined the dog had access to a heated garage. The complainant was advised that this was the case.
"Police received a report of a Break and Enter to business downtown," stated Sgt. Kevin Reed. "Police attended and it appears the break and enter occurred around 5 p.m. yesterday afternoon. If the public noticed anything suspicious in and around 12th Avenue between 4th Street and 5th Street please call the Police or Crime Stoppers. The matter is still under investigation."
Police received a call from a local business saying they were receiving prank calls, police attended to the business to investigate and the calls stopped. The matter is still under investigation.
Police attended to two separate commercial business alarms last evening. Both times the business was found to be secure and no signs of damage or forced entry.
On Wednesday evening the Estevan Police Service were called to a hit and run in the parking lot of No Frills grocery store, the matter is still under investigation. Police also received a call the RCMP regarding an individual from Regina was on his way to Estevan and was on conditions to be at home in Regina. Police were unable to locate the individual.
"We also had an investigation Wednesday night in relation to dangerous driving, we ended up arresting a 19-year-old Langenburg male for dangerous driving, flight from police, impaired driving with over 08. He was taken to court Thursday afternoon and released on conditions."