Monday March 12, 2012


Crime In Your Hood

Mounties say downtown, mid-town and Garrison areas targeted by thieves

Released by Chilliwack RCMP, UFVRD

xhibition Park East to Young Rd Hotspot Continues

 LOCATION: From Exhibition Park east to Young Rd (Kipp Ave, Corbould St, Wellington Ave, Patten Ave, Mary St, Main St, Spadina Ave, Mill St, Yale Rd, Young Rd)

OUTLINE: Seventeen property crimes from February 9 to March 2 . These include two business B&Es, 1 residential B&E , 2 auto thefts, 11 thefts from vehicle, 1 possession of stolen property.

2. Williams St west to Young Rd (between 1st Ave and Reece Ave) Hotspot

LOCATION: From Williams St west to Young Rd, between 1st Ave up to Reece Ave

OUTLINE: Eleven property crimes from February 6-28. Six residential B&Es, 2 attempted residential B&E's, 4 theft from vehicle. Two B&Es to Newmark storage lockers with the locks cut and tools taken.

3. Hazel Park Area Hotspot Hotspot

LOCATION: Around Hazel Park, on Beryl St, Hazel St, down to Chilliwack Central and Willow Dr

OUTLINE: Six property crimes from February 16 to March 2. Three rear entry residential B&E's with window breaking as a point of entry. Shed B&E with a stolen bike. Two theft from vehicles.

4. Spruce Dr up to Luckakuck Way (between Evans Rd/Vedder Rd) Hotspot Continues

LOCATION: Along Luckukuck Way, Knight Rd, Evans Rd, Jasper Dr, Wells Rd

OUTLINE: Fifteen property crimes from February 10 to March 3. Six business B&Es. One B&E to RV Storage Compound, 1 attempt auto theft, 7 theft from vehicles.

5. Garrison Crossing, PRTC, Watson Glen Park Hotspot Continues

LOCATION: Around Garrison Crossing, PRTC, Watson Glen Park area (on Peach Rd, Hipwell Pl, Alma Ave, Shawnigan Cres, Vedder Rd, Thomas Rd).

OUTLINE: Six property crimes, 3 residential B&Es from February 9 to March 2. Three theft from vehicles, vehicles were unlocked.


Anyone with any information regarding this crime is asked to contact the Chilliwack RCMP at 604 792-4611 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).




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