RCMP investigate break and enters in Charlie Lake

Photo:  One of the two stolen quads the RCMP need your help to find – RCMP Photo

 

The Fort St. John RCMP are looking for your help after several break and enters in Charlie Lake.

Between Nov. 30 and Dec. 2, the RCMP responded to several reports of break and enters in the Charlie Lake area. Several sheds and garages had been entered in the Rimrock Drive and Old Hop Road areas.

In two of the incidents, a total of three quads had been stolen from sheds. The Fort St. John Forensic Identification Section and General Duty members attended to investigate the reports.

At 3:00a.m. Thursday the RCMP received a complaint of a break and enter in progress to a shed/garage on Rimrock Drive that had been previously broken into. The complainant stated they witnessed unknown suspects on two quads leave their shed/garage after being scared off by the complainant. The RCMP attended the scene and made numerous patrols in the area, but were unable to locate the suspects or the quads.

Then at 4:35a.m., the RCMP responded to a call of a quad that had been abandoned on the railroad tracks near the West Bypass Road. The quad has been identified and returned as being one of the three stolen quads.

The two quads that remain stolen are described as an orange Kawasaki racing quad while the other quad is described as a red Honda racing quad.

At this point, the RCMP do not have any suspects or witnesses in these incidents. The RCMP need your help in identifying possible suspects in these break and enters.

The Fort St John RCMP Detachment would also like to remind the public to be on the look-out and to report, anything suspicious in nature or out of order due to the nature of the suspicion, location and to the times of the day or night.

If you have any information about these incidents, call the RCMP at 250-787-8140 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-9477. You can also provide a tip online at www.crimestoppersnebc.ca 

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