Institution supervisor charged in theft | DrumhellerMail
Last updateFri, 19 Apr 2024 5pm

Institution supervisor charged in theft

    A supervisor at the Drumheller Institution is facing charges of theft and profiting from the sale of items taken from the institution.
    The RCMP began its investigation on September 26 after receiving reports of the theft of money and property from the institution.  The investigation reveals video cameras matching the description of the stolen cameras were listed on eBay by the suspect. The cameras were purchased and confirmed as being the stolen items.
    Nathan Shandera, 37, of Drumheller has been charged with possession of stolen properly, possession of proceeds of crime and theft under $5,000.
     Shandera was employed at the Drumheller Institution at the time of the alleged offences. His access to the facility has been removed.
    He is to appear in provincial court in Drumheller on November 18.
    Police say the investigation continues and more charges are anticipated.

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