Alberta RCMP Accuse Dale Hasenuik Of Stealing From Armoured Truck In Fatal Crash

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Dale Hasenuik of Leduc County has been charged after police say he stole from the site of a fatal crash. | PraxisPhotography via Getty Images

LEDUC, Alta. - RCMP are accusing a man of stealing money from an armoured truck involved in a fatal crash in northern Alberta.

A G4S armoured vehicle collided head-on with a pickup truck Tuesday on Highway 63 while on a routine trip between Edmonton and Fort McMurray.

One of the G4s guards and the driver of the pickup were killed in the collision.

Police say shortly after the crash a man stopped at the scene and took money that had spilled from the wrecked armoured vehicle and then drove off.

Dale Hasenuik of Leduc County has been charged with theft and possession of property over $5,000.

Hasenuik has been released from RCMP custody and is to appear in Fort McMurray provincial court on Jan. 22.

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