Locking doors an easy way to prevent crime

Police have received several reports of a male being in the Annable, Warfield area looking “suspicious.”

Trail RCMP responded to a report of break and enter in Annable,  after a male entered an unlocked residence and left without being seen taking a wallet containing personal identification, cash and an IPad.

Police have received several reports of a male being in the Annable, Warfield area looking “suspicious.”

Being aware of your neighbourhood and who lives around you is always a good idea, and if you see something or someone that looks out of place, looking in windows, trying car doors please call police. Again police remind people lock your car doors, and your residences when away.

When leaving your car, don’t leave anything of value out on seats or in plain view,  such as laptops, and purses.

Trail RCMP have been called to numerous mental health calls, which have been a factor of threats of suicide, highly unusual behaviour, or persons not being able to safely care for themselves.

All responses to mental health calls this past week, members have apprehended the individual under the Mental Health  Act and transported to the Trail Regional Hospital without incident.

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