The Estevan Police Service (EPS) had a busy Monday following up on calls after the hailstorm. Additionally, they were busy with a flurry of other calls, including a two-vehicle collision and an attempted fraud complaint.

A complaint was received regarding an individual riding a dirt bike on the city's west side. The individual is known to the police, and when a traffic stop was attempted, the person fled from the scene. As the driver's identity was known to the police, no pursuit was initiated. The matter remains under investigation, and charges are pending.

Police responded to a two-vehicle collision at King Street and Arthur Avenue. No injuries were reported, and one of the vehicles was towed from the scene. One driver was charged under the Traffic Safety Act.

EPS received several tips regarding Mackenzie Holmes, who is currently wanted on charges. “Each tip is being followed up on, and we would like to thank the public for providing information to assist,” said the EPS in a press release.

An attempted fraud complaint was also received by the police, in which the victim was contacted by someone posing as a representative of a credit card company. During the conversation, it was determined that the caller was not a legitimate company representative. No loss occurred, and the credit card company was alerted.

Police also received numerous reports of a suspicious person at various locations around the city. No criminal activity was identified, and the identity of the person is known to the police.