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A ring of sentimental value to a family was stolen in a break-in on April 15. Edmonton Police Service
Stunt victim Melinda Green's ring stolen during break-in

Edmonton police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a break-in suspect after a ring belonging to a woman killed in a freak accident last year was stolen from her parents' home earlier this week.

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  • Kevin Martin won Olympic gold, silver, a world championship and four Brier titles over his curling career. Toshifumi Kitamura Getty ImagesKevin Martin retires from curling - 2014-04-18 9:22 PM

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  • Hundreds of vinyl lovers flocked to a garage in east Edmonton where more than 10,000 albums were on sale. CBCLP fans buy up stacks of wax at record garage sale - 2014-04-18 5:27 PM

    Blustery winter weather couldn't keep vinyl aficionados from lining up outside a garage in east Edmonton Friday where more than 10,000 LPs from the collections of four city deejays were on sale for the retro price of $1 apiece.

  • Traffic on QE II Highway south of Edmonton is backed up as police deal with several accidents. Nola Keelor CBC NewsQEII travel near Lacombe not recommended - 2014-04-18 4:35 PM

    Southbound traffic on the QE II south of Lacombe, Alta., has come to a complete stop due to numerous collisions, RCMP say.

  • Two youngsters are dressed warmly for the outdoor Way of the cross ceremony. CBCLate winter blast holds spring at bay - 2014-04-18 3:03 PM

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  • Photos from FacebookCalgary stabbings: Funerals for 3 of 5 victims set for Monday - 2014-04-18 2:00 PM

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  • Justice Murray Sinclair heads the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. CBCReconciliation not opportunity to 'get over it': Justice Murray Sinclair - 2014-04-18 5:00 AM

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