Thursday January 12, 2012

RCMP News

Crime In Your Hood?

Mounties release list of areas targeted recently by thieves in the city

Released by Cst. T. Wolbeck, Chilliwack RCMP UFVRD


airfield Island On the east side of Fairfield Island on Conrad Street, Brice Road, and Manor Drive. Also of note is activity just south of Fairfield in Quarry Road area on Woods Road and Beaver Crescent. There have been four residential break and enters in the area since December 11, 2011. As well in this area there was one theft from a motor vehicle.

Downtown Chilliwack Along Yale Road between Kipp Avenue and Williams Road as well as north of Yale Road up to Reece Avenue between Main Street, College Street, and Williams Street. In this area since December 13, 2011, there have been fourteen property crimes, five break and enters to businesses, two residential break and enters, and five thefts from motor vehicles.

On Yale Road south of the railroad tracks around the intersection of Hocking Avenue, Rowat Avenue and Trethewey Avenue. As well as around the area of Young Road and Brooks Avenue. In this area since December 18, 2011, there have been eleven property crimes, four break ins to business compounds, one residential break and enter, three auto thefts and three thefts from a motor vehicle.

Yale Road/Lickman Road/Evans Parkway In the area along Yale Road from Evans Parkway to Lickman Road. In this area since December 16, 2011, there have been five property crimes, four break-ins to businesses, and one theft of motor vehicle.

Garrison Crossing/Watson Glen Park area Crimes occurring around the area of Garrison Crossing and Watson Glen Park on Watson Road, Vedder Road, Calais Crescent, Arlington Drive. Since December 14, 2011, there have been five property crimes, one business break and enter, one theft of a motor vehicle and 1 theft from a motor vehicle.

Agassiz Rosedale area - In the area of Rosedale along Yale Road, Sussex Drive, and Caryks Road. Since December 15, 2011, there have been four property crimes, one business break and enter, and two vehicle thefts.

Hope Hemlock Avenue, King Street, Coquihalla Street- Since December 15, 2011, there have been three vehicle crimes, one theft of a motor vehicle, and one offence of taking a motor vehicle without the owner's consent.

 

 

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