Warrants issued for suspects involved in crime spree

Cranbrook RCMP have issued arrest warrants for Ryan Stewart and Amanda Secreto in relation to a recent crime spree.

  • Oct. 7, 2016 10:00 a.m.
Cranbrook RCMP have issued arrest warrants for Ryan Stewart (left) and Amanda Secreto (right).

Cranbrook RCMP have issued arrest warrants for Ryan Stewart (left) and Amanda Secreto (right).

The Cranbrook RCMP is seeking public assistance in locating two individuals who currently have warrants issued for their arrest. The individuals are wanted in connection with several recent thefts and break-ins.

Between September 25th and October 1, 2016, the Cranbrook RCMP has been kept busy investigating several theft of vehicles, business break ins and ATM/ coin machine thefts.

Starting the end of September, Cranbrook RCMP investigated twelve separate incidents between Jaffray, Fort Steele and Cranbrook. Three vehicles were also stolen within this time span and several businesses were broken into, with cash being the sought after commodity.

ATM’s were also targeted, with suspects making off with monies from the machines. The Cranbrook RCMP are still actively investigating and believe more arrests are forthcoming.

A large amount of man hours has been invested in these crimes and Cranbrook RCMP have received warrants for arrest for the following people in relation to the many above noted incidents.

Ryan George STEWART 31 years old who is from the Jaffray area, described as:

• 5’10

• 180 lbs

• brown hair

• brown eyes

Amanda SECRETO 28 years old and has ties to Alberta and Jaffray BC, described as:

• 5’2

• 96lbs

• brown hair

• hazel eyes

Cranbrook RCMP are requesting that should anyone see either or both Ryan Stewart and Amanda Secreto to immediately call 911. Anyone who knows the whereabouts of these individuals are asked to contact the Cranbrook RCMP at 250-489-3471 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).


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