RCMP Police Identification was among the items taken during a break-in to a home in Cochrane early this morning. 

Mounties say four suspects were involved in a break-in to a home on Rivercrest Blvd. at around 4:15 a.m.

Footage from residential door bell cameras captured a man approaching the front door of the home before gaining entry of the main floor. 

The suspect then left with a family bag, keys to the victims vehicles, personal effects in the bag and the RCMP Police ID.

A second video from over the driveway has revealed two more suspects who were waiting in a nearby SUV. 

The three suspects then got into the victims vehicles in the driveway and took off. 

RCMP have determined the residence was entered unlawfully. 

The first suspect is described as:

  • Male
  • 5’6” – 5’10”
  • 170 – 185 lbs
  • Fair skin complexion
  • Wearing a Gucci Hoodie, a watch with a large circular face, dark thick framed glasses and black bandana covering the lower part of his face.
  • White running shoes with black laces and blue jeans
  • Suspect held a small flash light in his left hand.
  • This suspect entered the front door of the residence, then fled driving the victims Dodge Ram truck

The second suspect is described as:

  • Male
  • 5’6” – 5’8”
  • 160 – 175 lbs
  • Wearing a wind breaker coat with the hood up over a baseball cap
  • Draping a should pack over their chest and a back pack over his back
  • This suspect entered the victims Kia Telluride SUV and fled

The third suspect is described as:

  • Male
  • 5’8” – 5’10”
  • 160 – 175 lbs
  • Wearing black sweater with hood and face mask
  • This suspect entered the passenger side of the victims Dodge Ram and fled with suspect 1.


The victims vehicles are described as:

-Black 2019 Dodge Ram Alberta license plate BCJ3641

-Grey 2022 Kia Telluride, Alberta license plate BXZ5040

And a gold plated RCMP crested badge with employee identification.

Cochrane RCMP do not believe this was a targeted event or that the thieves knew the police ID would be there. Mounties are aware that with this ID in the hands of criminals it could be used to impersonate an RCMP officer and citizens are reminded that they can request identification from anyone identifying themselves as a police officer and can also call the police non-emergency number to confirm an officers identity.

If you have any information about this incident you are asked to call Cochrane RCMP at 403-851-8000 or if you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).