A Sturgeon County household is trying to track down some missing fuel. 
 
The Morinville RCMP are searching for multiple suspects after a residence in Cardiff fell victim to two gas thefts within a week.
 
The first incident occured on Feb.1, when two suspects stole four jerry cans of diesel from the back of a parked truck. The two men were wearing light-coloured clothing. The vehicle is described as a dark quad-cab Chevrolet with aftermarket rims.
 
On Feb.8, shortly after 7 a.m., a surveillance video showed a man taking another jerry can of gasoline closer to the house.
 
The suspect is described as thin, wearing a dark jacket and pants, red hoodie with a dark brimmed ball cap. His vehicle was a dark green or black early 2000s Ford truck.
 
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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