RCMP re-open old cases

Thanks to the cooperation of Buick Creek residents who helped RCMP catch theft suspects last month, RCMP are looking into unsolved break and enter files in Fort St. John and Dawson Creek.

John Keyler, 28, and Sabaheta Alic, 24, were arrested Jan. 27 in Buick Creek after residents supplied police with information during a chase. The male and female suspects were found to possess stolen property. Keyler will be charged with theft of vehicle, two counts of possession of stolen property over $5,000, possession of stolen property under $5,000, break and enter, and robbery.

Local victims will be contacted if the items are identified as theirs.

Keyler will appear in court Feb. 20.

Alic pleaded guilty to occupying a vehicle without the owner's consent, possession of stolen property and breach of undertaking. She received 30 days and probation.

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