The Estevan Police Service (EPS) has announced the arrest of four people in connection with a home invasion.
Police received a call on Friday at about 1 p.m. regarding the incident, which occurred at a residence near 16th Avenue and Third Street. Police do not believe this was a random incident as the victim and one of the accused individuals are known to each other.
With assistance from the public, police were able to obtain a suspect vehicle description. The vehicle was spotted a short time later on Souris Avenue South as it pulled into the Shell service station.
A high-risk vehicle stop was conducted and three men were arrested without incident.
An arrest warrant was obtained for a fourth person, a female, who was arrested during the evening without incident.
Tyson Wilkinson, 25, of Regina is charged with conspiracy to commit an indictable offence, break and enter to a dwelling, disguise with intent, obstructing a police officer and four counts of breaching an undertaking.
Coleton Thompson, 26, of Estevan, and Justin Alberts, 24, of Estevan, are charged with conspiracy to commit an indictable offence, break and enter to a dwelling and disguise with intent.
A 37-year-old woman, who will not be named at this time to protect the identity of children, is charged with conspiracy to commit an indictable offence, break and enter to a dwelling, disguise with intent and uttering threats.
All charges are under the Criminal Code of Canada.
All of the accused have been remanded into custody and will appear in Estevan Provincial Court on May 27.
The investigation into this matter is continuing and anyone with further information is asked to call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers or the Estevan Police Service.
The Mercury will have more details as they become available.