Mullet-sporting suspects shot fireworks from moving vehicles, started grass fires: Alberta RCMP

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RCMP are looking for three suspects who allegedly shot fireworks from a moving vehicle last Saturday, causing multiple grass fires in Alberta and Saskatchewan.

Redcliff RCMP received complaints around 10:37 a.m. on Oct. 10 of fireworks being discharged from a moving vehicle towards a second vehicle.

The incident happened along Highway 1 near Walsh, Alberta and continued into Saskatchewan.

Police believe that the two vehicles were travelling together. One vehicle was described as a dark-coloured Chevy Impala, while the second was a blue Ford F150.

Surveillance video from a gas station shows the suspects buying the fireworks. They are described as follows:

– Suspect 1: Around 5’10”, 150 lbs, some facial hair on chin, “mullet-style” hair wearing a white “Moosehead Lager” t-shirt, blue pants, an olive green and black baseball hat and glasses.

– Suspect 2: Around 5’10”, 160 lbs, longer, wavy hair wearing a navy blue “American Eagle” hoodie, black pants with a black baseball hat and glasses.

– Suspect 3: Around 6′ tall, 150 lbs, longer hair on the back of his neck wearing a plaid green long sleeve shirt, blue jean and a black baseball hat with red trim, and possibly a pick-axe on the front of the hat.

Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call Redcliff RCMP at 403-548-2288, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-6477. 

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