Lillooet RCMP February 15 to February 28 2023, Calls for service: 88

Lillooet

2023-03-01 11:46 HNP

Under the Official Languages Act, this office provides services to the public in English only. You will find general information in both official languages at bc.rcmp.ca and www.rcmp.ca

Aux termes de la Loi sur les langues officielles, ce bureau n'offre des services au public qu'en anglais. Vous trouverez des renseignements généraux dans les deux langues officielles au cb.grc.ca et www.grc.ca.

Property found

On February 16 at 11pm Lillooet RCMP were on patrol and observed a large group of youths congregated at the CN train station. On police arrival, the youth scattered like a coalition of cheetahs before police were able to park, exit their vehicle, and ensure the youths were having a safe night. Police located open alcohol, and a set of knives left on scene. The alcohol was disposed. Owner of the knives may claim with detailed description within 90 days. Please reference Lillooet RCMP file 2023-313.

Break and enter

On February 17 at midnight, a complainant reported a break and enter at the Winner’s Edge sports store on Main St. The complainant heard the alarm sounding and observed two males exit the store and leave on bicycles. Police were on scene within minutes; the suspects were not located in the area. There was significant property damage, and items stolen from within the store. Forensic identification team attended the scene. The file remains under further investigation.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Lillooet RCMP, please reference Lillooet RCMP file 2023-314.

Shoplifting

On February 18 at 1pm, a man reported a theft of liquor from the Reynolds Hotel beer and wine store. The staff member was able to identify the suspect for police. Lillooet RCMP attended the suspect’s residence where she was arrested for theft, and released with a future court date. The suspects name cannot be released until BC Prosecution Services approve charges.

Immediate roadside prohibition

On February 20 at midnight, a man reported a single vehicle rollover on Moha Rd near Landfill Rd. Lillooet RCMP attended locating a pickup truck laying on its driver’s side. The female driver was checked over by BC Ambulance and found to be uninjured. The driver stated she was southbound on Moha Rd, went into the ditch, pulled out of it but over-corrected causing the vehicle to spin out of control and rollover. Police observed open alcohol inside the vehicle, and the driver admitted to consuming alcohol earlier in the evening. Police conducted an approved screening device demand (breathalyzer), where the driver blew a FAIL. The driver elected to provide a second breath sample, which also read FAIL. The driver was advised she was prohibited from driving for 90 days, and the vehicle was impounded for the mandatory minimum 30 days. The matter was referred to ICBC.

Flight from police

On February 23 at 2pm, an orange or brown Pontiac G6 sedan with no front or rear licence plate was observed on Hwy 1 near Lytton. Police attempted to stop the vehicle but it fled from police, last seen heading north on Hwy 12. Lillooet RCMP made further patrols but where unable to locate the vehicle.

Police are requesting the public report any vehicles observed with missing rear licence plates.

Utter threats

On February 24, a man reported that a previous employee was sending him threatening text message about not being paid. The man stated he had confirmation the employee had been paid. The employee was threatening to go to the complainants house with a group of guys and f*** him up according to a text message. Police spoke with the former employee, who was believed to have moved to Kelowna, and cautioned him against making threats. The former employee agreed to not contact the complainant any further.

Suspicious vehicle

On February 25 at 11am Lillooet RCMP were on pro-active patrol and observed a black Cadillac with a driver known to police. Police engaged in a traffic stop and found the driver had a class 7L, was not displaying an L sign, and had no qualified supervisor. The driver was issued violation tickets for drive contrary to restriction, and Fail to display L sign. The driver had a friend attend with a valid class 5 licence, and departed.

Found keys

On February 26, a man turned in a set of keys to the Lillooet RCMP. There was lanyard and a multiple keys on the set turned in. Owner may claim with detailed description within 90 days. Please reference Lillooet RCMP file 2023-375.

Shoplifting

On February 27 at 10am, a woman reported a theft of liquor from the Reynolds Hotel beer and wine store. Lillooet RCMP attended and identified the suspect based on surveillance video. The file remains under further investigation.

 Picture of pickup truck laying on driver's side, hedges in background

Picture: Rolled over pickup truck on Moha Rd on February 20, 2023

Diffusé par :

Gend. Andrew Hodges
Agent des relations avec les m├ędias
GRC de Lillooet
317 rue Main Lillooet C.-B. V0K 1V0
Bureau : 250-256-4244

Courriel : andrew.hodges@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

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