Punnichy RCMP say four adults have been charged in relation to three break-and-enters in that community in three days.
According to police, two have been arrested and remain in custody, while two remain at large.
20-year old Logan Owen Cyr of George Gordon First Nation was arrested on November 13th and faces several charges including break and enter.
Cyr remains in custody and will next appear in court on December 8th in Punnichy.
23-year old Andrew James Cyr of George Gordon First Nation was arrested on November 20th and faces several charges including possession of firearms.
Cyr remains in custody and will next appear in court on November 29th in Regina.
Two people remain at-large according to RCMP.
22-year old River William Taniskishayinew of George Gordon First Nation has a warrant issued for his arrest.
18-year old Cherish Emily Leigh Longman of Muskowekwan First Nation also has a warrant issued for her arrest.
Punnichy RCMP says there is a large amount of stolen property that has not yet been recovered including a 2014 Jeep Cherokee Trail Hawk, silver in colour, Saskatchewan marker 800KAZ.
If you have information about these events you are asked to please contact the Punnichy RCMP at 306-835-5200.