The Morinville RCMP are looking into a major theft.
 
On Saturday (Feb.17), around 4:40 a.m., the Great Canadian Liquor Store in Morinville was robbed.
 
Three men smashed out the front windows and pulled off the security bars with the use of a vehicle.  A large quantity of liquor was stolen by suspects who were seen in a silver or white Dodge mini van, with a missing back passenger side hub cab.
 
About 40 minutes before the the break and enter, police identified the suspects on surveillance footage outside of the business on 98th street and 98th avenue, in the Morinville industrial area.
 
One man is described as thin, wearing white coveralls, a white mask, black hood, with a dark ball cap and black and white gloves.
 
The second man was wearing blue coveralls with yellow and grey reflective marking, a light coloured ball cap and yellow gloves.
 
The third man had on dark blue coveralls with a hood, skeleton mask and was possibly wearing a vest or backpack.
 
If you have any information contact the Morinville RCMP at 780-939-4520 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
 
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