Police received a 911 call from a local residence. A check of the residence revealed there was no emergency and no further action was needed.
A noise complaint was called in from a northeast area condo unit. Police attended and the music had been turned down prior to arrival so no further action was needed.
Police received a call to be on the lookout for a vehicle heading towards Estevan. Patrol units set up on the edge of the city but no vehicle matching the description was located.
Police responded to a residence on the northeast area of the city to a continuous beeping noise. Concern was that it may be a smoke detector or carbon monoxide detector. Police located the source and thankfully it was a fire detector that was discarded into the garbage. The battery was removed to stop the noise.
Two separate commercial alarms were called in from a north end business. The building was found to be secure and no suspicious activity was detected.
Police investigated a minor collision on the northeast area of the city. No injuries occurred as a result and the matter remains under investigation.
Police were advised of a suspicious vehicle seen around commercial properties earlier in the day. Members patrolled these areas and did not locate the vehicle.