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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.

Police hoping to return found presents

Lethbridge Regional Police are hoping to play belated Santa and put a sack full of found presents back under the rightful owner’s tree.

 On Dec. 27, 2013 a citizen located a bag containing multiple, wrapped gifts on top of a dumpster outside London Drugs. The presents were turned in to police but attempts to locate the owner have been unsuccessful.

 The presents consist of books, a shirt, drawing materials, a blanket and three decorative window ornaments.