Vanderhoof cops on the look out for lawn-mower thief

The Vanderhoof RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance after a lawnmower was stolen from a residence on Sixth Street west last Tuesday.

The Vanderhoof RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance after a lawnmower was stolen from a residence on Sixth Street west last Tuesday.The theft occurred sometime between midnight and 11:40 a.m. on July 12. The suspect(s) stole a orange Husqvarna 7021R push lawnmover and its believed they pushed it toward the wooded area at the end of the road.If you have any information on the above crime or any other crime, please contact the Vanderhoof RCMP on 250-567-2222 or Crimestoppers on 1-800-222-TIPS.

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