On Sunday, Oct. 19, Clearwater RCMP recovered a stolen vehicle that had been abandoned outside of Little Fort on Taweel Forest Service Road.
The vehicle had been stolen from 100 Mile House area. The investigation is ongoing and the vehicle was been sent for examination.
For those people driving the back roads and forest service roads, if you notice a suspicious vehicle, please make a report. The vehicle you see just might have been stolen.
On Oct. 21, Clearwater RCMP responded to a report of a neighbor cutting down trees that were not on his property.
The matter quickly resolved as it was found to be a surveying error, and not an intentional act of neighborly war.
The two neighbors were able to properly determine the property lines and the trees were to be replaced.
Interrupted break and enter
On Oct. 21 around midnight, an unknown person attempted to break into the Vavenby store through a doggy door installed on the door to the apartment around back.
When the dogs within took offence and started barking, the suspect fled the area over a fence.
If any person has any information regarding this incident, please call the RCMP.
Dine and dash
On Friday, Oct. 24, two males, appearing to be native and approximately 25 years and 33 years old, ordered breakfast at the Grill in Blue River.
They fled without paying their $40+ bill. The two drove away in a silver or grey Pontiac four-door (possibly a Grand Prix) with no visible license plates.