Police seek suspects in rash of crime
Police are asking for help in locating three individuals in relation to a string of recent property and stolen vehicle crimes in Drumheller and area.
Investigation into a series of stolen vehicles in Drumheller last week, which resulted in the arrest of one individual in Cambria on October 23, has led police to search for three individuals related to this incident and a number of others over the summer.
Police seek Jeffery Lee Morse, 37, Sarah Louise Alderson, 22, and Tyree Lee Ewing, 20, all who have Drumheller connections. Morse is described as white and approximately 6 feet tall and 190 pounds, with brown hair, blue eyes, and facial hair. Alderson is described as white, approximately 5’3”, 130 pounds, with blue eyes and dyed blonde hair. Ew- ing is white, 5’10, and 135 pounds with brown hair and eyes.
The individuals are known to police and have been linked to a number of other crimes in the surrounding area occurring this year.
The most recent crime associated to the three happened on October 23, when a number of vehicles were stolen from an area farm and within Drumheller. Drumheller RCMP, along with the RCMP Emergency Response Team and Police Dog Services searched for the suspects with a heavy presence in town which resulted in the arrest of one individual, whose name cannot be released until charges are sworn against them next week.
Drumheller RCMP say if these individuals are seen, the public should avoid contact as they are potentially dangerous, and instead to call the Drumheller detachment.