RCMP seeking public help to ID three male suspects in break and enter
Police in Beaumont are investigating a break and enter which took place late Monday evening.
They responded to a complaint at around 10:43 that night that a male suspect broke into a home before being confronted by a neighbour.
A struggle ensued which results in the neighbour sustaining injuries while trying to stop the suspect from getting away.
The suspect was able to flee in a 2008-2009 Black Dodge with two other suspects who were inside.
The owner of the home was not around at the time and the neighbour was taken to hospital and treated for minor injuries but has since been released.
Suspect #1 is described as a young adult male, with a thin build, standing about 5'7" -5'8" tall and wearing a dark hoodie with the hood up along with a black balaclava with a white or silver skull on it and dark coloured jogging/track pants.
The second suspect is a male, wearing dark clothing and with long hair.
Suspect #3 is a male wearing dark clothing and glasses.
The suspect vehicle has 4 doors with silver rails on the side of the truck.
RCMP do not believe the break-in was random and continue to investigate.
If you have any more information you can contact Beaumont police at 780-929-7400 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. (JSL/THE ONE NEWS)