Two offices at a Sturgeon County business site were ransacked by thieves earlier this month.
On June 22, Morinville RCMP responded to an address on Township Road 570 after two victims reported a break and enter at the site.
The victims discovered the break-in after being alerted by their security company that an alarm had been triggered. When the victims arrived on scene they found an entry gate and a door to the business had been damaged and forced open.
In addition to ransacking two rooms, the thieves also stole some industrial monitors and other items.
Police believe the crime occurred between 5:45 and 6 a.m.

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