RCMP are trying to find 4 suspects who broke right into a ironmongery shop in Kinuso early Tuesday and made off with 40 firearms.

In a information launch Wednesday, Faust RCMP stated a pickup truck pulled as much as Kinuso Mercantile (Residence {Hardware}) at 5 a.m. Tuesday.



RCMP are searching for these four suspects in the theft of 40 firearms from a hardware store in the northern Alberta hamlet of Kinuso.


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RCMP are trying to find these 4 suspects within the theft of 40 firearms from a ironmongery shop within the northern Alberta hamlet of Kinuso.

4 suspects — two males and two females, all sporting masks and gloves — received out of the truck and smashed the glass entrance doorways to the enterprise.

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They stole 40 firearms “consisting of varied shotguns and rifles,” and a few electronics and clothes, police stated.

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They left the shop in beneath 5 minutes.

The investigation continues. Police launched surveillance images of the suspects and the pickup truck.



RCMP are searching for four suspects who used this pickup truck in a theft of firearms from a hardware store in Kinuso, Alta.


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RCMP are trying to find 4 suspects who used this pickup truck in a theft of firearms from a ironmongery shop in Kinuso, Alta.

Anybody with info is requested to contact Faust RCMP or Crime Stoppers.

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Kinuso is a hamlet on Freeway 2, about 300 kilometres northwest of Edmonton.

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