Alta. woman uses GPS to locate stolen vehicle in Saskatoon
Three teens in custody after arrest
An Edmonton woman used a global positioning system in her stolen car to help Saskatoon police find the missing wheels.
The police became involved around 7 p.m. CST Monday night, They were contacted by the woman, who told them that she'd tracked her stolen 2008 Mitsubishi Eclipse to the 300 block of Avenue U South in Saskatoon.
Police arrived to find the car parked on that block with two occupants inside. Both were arrested without incident, and police picked up a third suspect later.
Two Saskatoon women, 19 and 18 years old, along with a 17-year-old man from Edmonton are facing a variety of charges.