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Lethbridge Regional Police Commission announces retirement of Chief of Police

The Lethbridge Regional Police Commission would like to inform the community that Police Chief Tom McKenzie has announced his retirement after 37 years of service.

 McKenzie, who was hired in 1976, rose through the ranks and was appointed Chief of Police in 2007, has advised the Commission that he will not be seeking a renewal of his contract.

Police seeking public assistance to locate missing man

Lethbridge Regional Police are seeking the public’s assistance to help locate a missing 49-year-old man.

 Loren Eugene Enns was last seen on Jan. 6, 2014 and was subsequently reported missing by his family. Police are concerned for his well-being and are asking anyone with information to come forward.

 Enns is believed to be driving a black, four-door 2005 Ford F150 truck with licence plate MXL 007.

 A photo of Enns is included for release.

 There is no evidence at this time to suggest foul play.

$30,000 Chuck-a-Puck is Back!

 Crime Stoppers Chuck-a-Puck returns January 11th

Lethbridge, AB – January is Crimestoppers month and the Lethbridge Hurricanes are teaming up with Southern Alberta Crime Stoppers to give hockey fans a chance to win $30,000!

 Sponsored by TNT Towing, the Crime Stoppers Chuck-a-Puck will take place Saturday, January 11th, 2014 when the Lethbridge Hurricanes host the Edmonton Oil Kings in a key Central Division battle.