Killam RCMP investigate theft of vehicle from residence

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Killam RCMP responded to a theft of a vehicle from a residence in Hardisty, Ab. on Feb. 16 at approximately 2:30 a.m.
A resident was awoken by the sound of a vehicle starting in their driveway.
The victim opened the door of the residence and noticed a male was inside their truck.
The male suspect leaned outside the window of the truck and pointed, what was believed to be a handgun, at the victim then drove away. No one was injured.
Members made extensive patrols in the area but the victim’s truck was not located.
The stolen vehicle is described as:  2001 Grey/Dodge Ram with Alberta plate NAF475.
RCMP continue to investigate and are asking the public’s assistance in locating this stolen truck.
Please contact Killam RCMP or your local police if you see this truck but do not approach any occupant(s) inside.
On Feb. 15 at approximately 1:30 p.m., Killam RCMP responded to a firearms call at a residence near Alliance, Ab.
A resident pulled into their home and found a white SUV occupied by a man and a woman parked in the driveway.
The victim attempted to block the driveway with their vehicle when the man jumped out of the SUV and pointed what was believed to be a shotgun at the victim.
The suspects then fled in the SUV. No one was injured. Further investigation revealed the home was broken into but nothing was taken.
Killam RCMP along with Viking, Provost and Coronation RCMP Detachments made extensive patrols in the area but the suspects and vehicle were not located.
The male suspect is described as approximately 30-35 years old, light brown hair, heavy set, wearing jeans and dark sweater
The female suspect is describe as approximately 20-25 years old,  blonde hair, grey sweater.
Please call the Killam RCMP at 780-385-3509 or to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

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