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Alberta RCMP – Public Help Requested

Red Deer RCMP seek public assistance to locate 35 year old Amanda Davidson

Red Deer RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating 35 year old Amanda Rosalee Davidson. She was reported missing on October 6 after failing to return home from an evening out with friends the night before. Davidson was last seen at around 9:00 pm on October 5; she and friends had been at Brown’s Social House and then the Brewhouse in the Clearview Ridge neighbourhood of Red Deer. A report that she may have proceeded from the Brewhouse to the Vat has not yet been confirmed, and her locked vehicle was left in the parking lot at Brown’s Social House.

DAVIDSON, Amanda - RCMPRCMP checks with various of Davidson’s friends as well as at the noted pubs have not yet been successful in locating her.

Amanda Davidson is described as:

  • Caucasian
  • 5’4”
  • 160 lbs
  • Long, black hair
  • Blue eyes

Please see attached photo of Amanda Davidson.

If you have any information on Amanda Davidson’s whereabouts you are asked to contact the Red Deer RCMP at 403.343.5575.

Lac La Biche and Fort McMurray RCMP Requesting Public Assistance in Theft
**Update** 

Upon Police conducting further investigation it has been learned that the device that had been stolen contains a minimal amount of radiation and therefore is less risk to the public.
Police are still asking the public to not touch the device/instrument and to contact Police.  If the instrument is dropped or damaged there is a potential for a possible leak from the instrument.
CAE972P5 - RCMPLac La Biche, AB. – On October 6, 2014 both the Lac La Biche and Fort McMurray RCMP Detachments were made aware of a theft from a vehicle that occured between Saturday October 5th and early Monday October 6, 2014.
Police were contacted by employees from a company that were conducting field work at a local plant and oilfield site between Lac La Biche and Fort McMurray.  Staff advised Police that they had a piece of radioactive equipment stolen from inside of their work vehicle while it was parked overnight.  The device, which is highly radioactive was removed from its protective case that was located in the rear of the work truck and was locked.
The device contains a significant amount of radiation and poses a serious risk of injury to the person possessing the device and the public.
Police are asking that the parties responsible contact Police and arrange for a safe return of the device.  Police also ask that if anyone has any further information that may assist with the locating of this device or if someone has located it to not handle it and immediately contact their local Police.
If you have any further information regarding this investigation you can contact the Fort McMurray RCMP Detachment at (780) 788-4000 or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477(TIPS).
Rene ROULEAU - RCMP
Rene Rouleau

RCMP McLennan – Missing 75 year old male

McLennan – On October 2nd, 2014, Rene ROULEAU, a 75 year old male from Donnelly, Alberta, was reported missing. ROULEAU has not been seen since September 26th and his whereabouts are unknown at this time. It is believed that ROULEAU may have travelled to the Edmonton area in his light green 1996 Pontiac Trans Sport van with Alberta license plate # BHS 0002. Anyone with information with regards to ROULEAU’s location, or that of his vehicle, is asked to contact their local Police or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

Mr Rouleau's van
Mr Rouleau’s van

RCMP Spruce Grove/Stony Plain – Assist to Locate

GIBSON - RCMPSpruce Grove/Stony Plain – Police are asking for assistance in locating a Stony Plain man who has not been seen or heard from by his family since October 4th.

34 year old David Richard GIBSON is a while male, weighing 84kg and measuring 178cm. He has short brown hair and blue eyes.

GIBSON is believed to be traveling in a 2014 Black Dodge Ram, Alberta licence plate BMH4682.

If anyone has any information about the whereabouts of GIBSON they are asked to contact the Stony Plain RCMP at (780) 968-7267. If you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 1.800.222.8477 (TIPS), by internet at http://www.tipsubmit.com, or by SMS (www.crimestoppers.ab.ca for instructions). You do not have to reveal your identity to Crime Stoppers, and if you provide information to Crime Stoppers that leads to an arrest(s), you may be eligible for a cash reward. Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display and the identity of the caller will remain anonymous.

 

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