The RCMP has issued warrants for the arrest of Christopher Clark, who has been charged with 24 offenses.
On Mar. 24, 2022, Cochrane RCMP’s Crime Reduction Unit arrested a prolific offender who was found to be in possession of a forged cheque. The subsequent investigation lead to identifying and charging three offenders for multiple property offenses relating to motor vehicle theft, mail theft, and break and enters.
Clark, 37, of no fixed address, was charged with 24 offenses, including three counts of break and enter, three counts of mail theft, five counts of property obtained by crime, three counts of fraud, and four counts of failing to comply with release order.
He is described as 5’9”, 119 lbs., with brown hair, blue eyes, and a light complexion.
A photograph was not provided by the RCMP at this time.
Also charged with nine offenses was Shaylene McCauley, 23, of Didsbury, who is scheduled to make her next court appearance on June 28 at Cochrane Provincial Court.
She has been charged with three counts of break and enter, three counts of possession of property obtained by crime, two counts of failing to comply with condition of release, and mail theft.
Cory Ryan Davies, 45, of Olds, was charged with 10 offenses including possessing break and enter instruments and two counts of failing to comply with release orders.
These matters have been dealt with in court.
In a press release, Inspector Dave Brunner, detachment commander of the Cochrane RCMP, states crime reduction units are an important part of Alberta RCMP’s Crime Reduction Strategy.
"They reduce the impact of crime in communities across Alberta by identifying repeat crime trends and targeting repeat offenders,” state Insp. Brunner.
“This investigation shows how the Cochrane Crime Reduction Unit uses their knowledge of local crime trends and offenders to disrupt crime in our community and further the RCMP’s goal of ensuring safe homes and safe communities throughout Alberta”.
He asked anyone with information on Clark’s whereabouts to call Cochrane RCMP at 403-851-8000.
The detachment also encourages the public to report any criminal or suspicious activity. These reports help the RCMP determine where to search, who to look for, and where to patrol in the future.
If you see a crime in progress, dial 911. If you wish to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), online at www.P3Tips.com, or by using the “P3 Tips” app available through the Apple App or Google Play Store.