RCMP Report: Theft of Mag drill

A contractor spending the night in Blue River had the locks cut off of his truck overnight

  • Feb. 6, 2017 12:00 p.m.

A contractor spending the night at a hotel in Blue River had the locks cut off of his truck overnight. A red Milwaukee Mag drill was stolen with a $1,700 value.

If anyone has any information about the theft, contact the RCMP or Crime Stoppers (to remain anonymous).

 

Mischief to vehicle

A local resident had her vehicle vandalized recently; it appears someone punched the side of the vehicle, denting the door.

If anyone has any information about the mischief, contact the RCMP or Crime Stoppers (to remain anonymous).

 

Police have busy week

During the past week, police also investigated:

• Uttered threat against property;

• Uttered threat against a person;

• Two collisions into a ditch;

• One collision with a deer;

• A harassment complaint;

• Three traffic complaints; and

• Assisted BC Ambulance with a person in cardiac arrest.

 

Two for excessive speed

Local Traffic Services stopped two vehicles on separate occasions. Both were traveling at 158 km/hr in a 100 km/hr speed zone.

The drivers were issued violation tickets for excessive speed and their vehicles were impounded for seven days.

 

Semi put out of service

A tractor-trailer that had an insecure load was pulled over by Local Traffic Services. The tractor-trailer was put out of service until the problem could be corrected.

 

Glasses left behind

If you attended the Clearwater RCMP Detachment office in the past few weeks and forgot your glasses, please come back and retrieve your property.

 

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