Fort McMurray Woman Among Four Arrested in Stolen Vehicle Found in Leduc

A 31-year-old Fort McMurray woman is being charged by Leduc RCMP after being an occupant in a stolen vehicle.

On March 10, around 9:20 a.m., an officer discovered an unmarked truck and determined it was stolen from British Columbia after looking up its license plate.

While following, the officer observed a woman leave the vehicle, enter a delivery truck and steal personal items.

The Leduc RCMP Crime Reduction Unit, with help from the Central Alberta District Crime Reduction Unit, arrested the four occupants after it had parked.

After a search of the vehicle, the Mounties found a 22 calibre rifle, ammunition, drug paraphernalia, numerous stolen identification cards and mail, break and enter tools, and the previous items stolen from the delivery truck.

As a result, Teryl Lisa Burk has been charged with 11 offenses including fraudulent concealment, unauthorized possession of a firearm, possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000, and obstruction of a peace officer.

She remains in custody and will make her next court appearance on March 19 in Leduc Provincial Court.

Meanwhile, 34-year-old Dylan Michael Johnson, who has no fixed address, 26-year-old Li Fu Ni of Richmond, British Columbia, and 35-year old Andre Vromans of Edmonton were also arrested for a combined 30 offenses.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Leduc RCMP 780-980-7267 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8444.

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