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Break in and ATM theft at Parkland Mall this morning


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Red Deer RCMP investigate break-in and ATM theft at mall

Red Deer, Alberta – Red Deer RCMP are investigating a break-in at Parkland Mall early this morning in which three men in a truck smashed through the mall doors and stole two ATMs, causing significant damage within the mall.

RCMP responded to a report of a break-in in progress at the mall at 4:15 am on August 2 and determined that the suspect truck drove through the mall doors at Entrance 5. The truck drove through the mall to two separate ATMs in the food court area, and the three male occupants of the truck were seen lifting the cash machines into the back of the truck. The truck then smashed through glass doors at Entrance 1 and fled.

The male driver wore a white face mask and dark coveralls with reflective stripes. The other two male suspects wore dark hoodies and dark pants. The suspect truck is described as a white diesel extended cab, a Ford F250 or F350, with significant body damage and a tie strap over the back. It was last seen driving eastbound on 67 Street.

If you have information about this crime, please contact Red Deer RCMP at 403-343-5575. If you wish to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or report it online at If your information leads to an arrest, you could be eligible for a cash reward up to $2,000.

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Peavey Industries LP, the Red Deer-based retailer, has announced the acquisition of long-term partner and fellow Red Deer stalwart, Guy’s Freightways.

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News release from Peavey Industries

Guy’s Freightways, a leading logistics and transport company established in 1975 by Bernie Schwartz, began its journey as a single truck operation delivering products to just six Peavey Mart stores. Today, with 16 full-time trucks and 43 trailers, Guy’s has evolved alongside Peavey Mart, now part of Peavey Industries LP, to service their vast retail network across in Canada.

National Farmway Stores, founded in 1967 and later rebranded as Peavey Mart in 1975- has grown exponentially over the decades. Today, Peavey Industries LP (Red Deer, Alberta) has more than 160 retail locations with its brands Peavey Mart, ACE Canada & MainStreet Hardware, with Guy’s Freightways being instrumental in ensuring reliable product delivery to many of these stores in Canada.

The acquisition will see Guy’s Freightways operate as a subsidiary of Peavey Industries LP. This strategic move solidifies an already close relationship that has endured for nearly 50 years. Peavey Industries LP recognizes the enormous value that Guy’s Freightways has brought to their operations, having played a pivotal role in their expansive growth over the years.

‘We’ve had a great relationship with Peavey for 48 years, so it was only natural to have Peavey continue the Guy’s legacy. I’m thrilled for our people to be able to continue being a part of the Peavey family’ said Todd Schwartz, Guy’s Freightways.

‘Today marks a historic moment for both Peavey Industries LP and Guy’s Freightways,’ said Doug Anderson, CEO of Peavey Industries LP. ‘By formalizing this symbiotic relationship, we are enhancing our operational efficiency while preserving Guy’s Freightways’ legacy. We look forward to continuing our growth journey together.’

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Red Deer Polytechnic recognizes achievements of graduates at 2023 Convocation

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