RCMP REPORT: Mailboxes broken into

Several mailboxes within the Clearwater area have been broken into over the past year

During the week of Nov. 26 to Dec. 3, Clearwater RCMP had 28 calls for police service with the following notable theft file.

Theft of mail

On Nov. 26 it was reported that some mailboxes on Clearwater Village Road and Candle Creek Road had been broken into and an unknown amount of mail stolen.

Several mailboxes within the Clearwater area have been broken into over the past year. RCMP would like to remind the general public to check their mail on a regular basis.

READ MORE: New sergeant at Clearwater RCMP (September, 2017, includes item about theft from mailboxes).

You can’t just walk anywhere

RCMP would like to give a reminder to the general public if you are out hunting or cutting wood, you MUST seek permission from the private landowner prior to entering or crossing their private property.

If you do not receive this permission, you may be subject to charges and fines under the provincial Trespass and Wildlife Act.

Reminders to drivers

Please pay extra attention to the local schoolbuses, when stopped on the roadway with flashing lights, you MUST wait and stop until the bus completes it stop.

The RCMP would like to remind you that winter and the cold season are now here and to drive safely and use winter tires.

READ MORE: Let’s keep kids safe (2017)

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