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Piikani RCMP call on public to help investigate shooting

Piikani RCMP call on public to help investigate shooting
Suspect in July 3 Piikani Nation shooting remains at large, local RCMP call on public assistance to identify.
Suspect in July 3 Piikani Nation shooting remains at large, local RCMP call on public assistance to identify.

Piikani RCMP call on public to help investigate shooting

By Mia Parker
By Mia Parker
Local Journalism Initiative Reporter | Shootin’ the Breeze
Shootin’ the Breeze Local Journalism Initiative Reporter | Shootin’ the Breeze
July 4, 2024
July 4, 2024

Piikani Nation RCMP are seeking public assistance in identifying one or more suspects involved in a July 3 shooting on 15th Avenue in Brocket.

According to Sgt. Vince Bacon, a male was shot early Wednesday morning and sustained serious injuries.

The suspect(s) fled the scene in a white GMC Yukon or a Chevrolet Tahoe, early 2000s model.

The investigation into this incident as an assault with a weapon or causing bodily harm is currently underway, according to the RCMP. No additional information has been released.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call the Piikani Nation RCMP detachment at 403-965-2000.

Anonymous tips can be submitted by calling Crime Stoppers toll-free at 1-800-222-8477 or online at crimestoppers.ca.

 

 

If you see a crime in progress or need police assistance in an emergency, call 911.

Please contact your local RCMP or Crime Stoppers with information about any illegal activity.

 

Connect with area RCMP:

Pincher Creek RCMP

Crowsnest Pass RCMP

Piikani Nation RCMP

Fort Macleod RCMP

Cardston RCMP

Waterton RCMP

Other Alberta detachments

Canadian RCMP detachments

 

 

Anonymous reporting through Crime Stoppers

Crime Stoppers allows tip sharing to a centralized law-enforcement database without disclosure of personal information.

The best tips include as many details as possible. Who? What? Where? When? 

An ID number and password are provided to follow up on tip status or add further details.

FAQ

Cash rewards of up to $2,000 may be available for tips leading to an arrest. Tips used to solve more serious crimes like murder, sexual assault, drug and weapon seizures, and human trafficking will have higher payouts than those related to less severe crimes like vandalism and petty theft. 

Call in your tip

Submit tip online

 

Online crime reporting (under $5,000)

If you are the victim of a property crime, such as theft or vandalism under $5,000, online reporting is available 24-7. 

You will receive a reference number and can follow up by email or phone.

 

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Piikani Nation RCMP are seeking public assistance in identifying one or more suspects involved in a July 3 shooting on 15th Avenue in Brocket.

According to Sgt. Vince Bacon, a male was shot early Wednesday morning and sustained serious injuries.

The suspect(s) fled the scene in a white GMC Yukon or a Chevrolet Tahoe, early 2000s model.

The investigation into this incident as an assault with a weapon or causing bodily harm is currently underway, according to the RCMP. No additional information has been released.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call the Piikani Nation RCMP detachment at 403-965-2000.

Anonymous tips can be submitted by calling Crime Stoppers toll-free at 1-800-222-8477 or online at crimestoppers.ca.

 

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If you see a crime in progress or need police assistance in an emergency, call 911.

Please contact your local RCMP or Crime Stoppers with information about any illegal activity.

 

Connect with area RCMP:

Pincher Creek RCMP

Crowsnest Pass RCMP

Piikani Nation RCMP

Fort Macleod RCMP

Cardston RCMP

Waterton RCMP

Other Alberta detachments

Canadian RCMP detachments

 

 

Anonymous reporting through Crime Stoppers

Crime Stoppers allows tip sharing to a centralized law-enforcement database without disclosure of personal information.

The best tips include as many details as possible. Who? What? Where? When? 

An ID number and password are provided to follow up on tip status or add further details.

FAQ

Cash rewards of up to $2,000 may be available for tips leading to an arrest. Tips used to solve more serious crimes like murder, sexual assault, drug and weapon seizures, and human trafficking will have higher payouts than those related to less severe crimes like vandalism and petty theft. 

Call in your tip

Submit tip online

 

Online crime reporting (under $5,000)

If you are the victim of a property crime, such as theft or vandalism under $5,000, online reporting is available 24-7. 

You will receive a reference number and can follow up by email or phone.

 

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