Four adults are facing charges after the Regina Police Service (RPS) conducted an investigation into a stolen vehicle.

On Saturday morning, a Regina resident called police to report his car had been stolen the night before. Police found the stolen vehicle in the area of ​​6th Avenue North and Albert Street on Sunday around 12:15 am, according to a release from RPS.

Officers arrested the four occupants of the vehicle and found a sawed-off rifle, bear spray, and a wallet containing fake identification. Police also found a bag that was thrown from the car contained another sawed-off rifle.

All four adults are jointly charged with possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000 and made their first court appearances in Provincial Court on Monday.


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