Ashcroft RCMP Detachment Police Report: Theft from Wastech

Thieves broke into a Sea Can at the Wastech site near Cache Creek and made off with copper cables and other equipment.

Ashcroft RCMP police blotter

Assault at Husky station

On December 4 there was a report of an assault that occurred near the Husky gas station in Cache Creek. As a result of the investigation, a male was arrested and charges are being recommended. No serious injuries were reported as a result of the assault.

Theft from Wastech

On December 8 and 12, the Wastech facilities in Cache Creek were victim to thefts of copper cables and other equipment. On both occasions a Sea Can was broken into. The recent theft on December 12 was in a very visible area, which can be observed from Highway 1 as you enter the landfill area. Anyone who saw a larger type vehicle loading items between Friday, December 9 and the morning of Monday, December 12 is asked to call police or Crimestoppers (Ashcroft police files 2016-1558 and 1572).

Mailboxes broken into

On December 10, mailboxes were reported broken into at the intersection of Goble Road and Highway 97 near 16 Mile. Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact the police or Crimestoppers.

Stolen vehicle

On December 10, a vehicle that had been parked near the Chevron card lock station near Ashcroft at the junction of Highways 1 and 97C was reported stolen. The vehicle was legally parked and may have been taken between December 7 and 10. The vehicle is described as a white Ford F250 that had a licence plate of DV6 503 attached at the time of the theft (Ashcroft file 2016-1561).

For any information on the above listed files, please contact the RCMP at (250) 453-2216 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).



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