Vanderhoof police busy with assaults and fraud

Vanderhoof police files reported between March 25 - April 4

Files reported between March 25 – April 4

On March 25 at 5:40 p.m. an assault was reported. One person punched another a few times at a residence on Kenny Dam Road. An ambulance was not required.

On March 26 and 10:30 a.m. it was reported that a flat deck truck was hauling hay bales with no proper tie downs.

On March 27, just after midnight, an assault was reported on Church Avenue. A female hit a male. The incident is still under investigation.

At 2 p.m. on March 27, a fraud was reported at the Coop store. A female was reported to have stolen an entire role of coupon stickers.

RCMP have received a report of a break and enter that could have occurred anytime in the last three or four weeks at a residence on Guest Road. A couple of hunting and fishing items were taken and some other items were vandalized. The incident is still under investigation.

On March 29, just before 11 a.m. there was a complaint of theft of money from a back account. The complainant lost their bank card and said someone had made a withdrawal from their account.

A break and enter was reported at a residence at Einsphar Road on April 1. Some of the missing items included tools and welders.

During the afternoon on April 1 a motor vehicle collision with a deer was reported. There was a lot of damage to the vehicle and it had to be towed.

On April 2 it was reported that the previous day an unknown male walked into a yard on Third Street and punched a female in the face. The incident is still under investigation.

If you have any information about any of the above or any other crime please call the Vanderhoof RCMP on 250-567-2222.

 

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