The Williams Lake Detachment has experienced a spike in auto theft this weekend consequently local members will once again focus on areas and suspects associated to these thefts. If anyone observes any suspicious activity or has information concerning any thefts of auto or any other crimes, they are encouraged to call the Williams Lake RCMP Detachment or CrimeStoppers.
On August 9, around 6:45am Williams Lake police responded to a complaint of a theft of a Dodge pickup truck from the Wildwood area. The vehicle was stolen some time during the night from the owner's driveway. There were no suspects or witnesses to the theft and no evidence. The vehicle was later located on Frizzi Road near the river bottom trail. The vehicle had extensive damage to it. No suspects were found at the scene.
On August 9 just before 8:00am, Williams Lake RCMP Responded to a report of two (2) stolen vehicles on Frizzi Road after receiving reports of a possible collision. One of the vehicles was on it's side on Frizzi Road with the ignition punched out. The owner stated that he had last seen the vehicle the previous night. There are no suspects, witnesses or evidence and the incident is still under investigation.
On August 9 at approximately 8:00am, police responded to a report of a stolen vehicle from the 168 Mile Rd area. The vehicle was a white 1996 Dodge Pickup that had been stolen sometime overnight. This vehicle was later recovered on Allen Road. This matter is still under investigation.
(Photo: White Dodge Ram recovered on Allen Road on Thursday.)
On August 9 at approximately 9:45am, Williams Lake RCMP responded to a report of a stolen vehicle where a Black Dodge Dakota pickup had been stolen from the owner's home sometime overnight. The vehicle was later located in the parking lot of Marshals 150 Mile Store. No suspects have been identified and the matter is still under investigation.
On August 11, police responded to a report of a blue 1992 Jeep Cherokee being stolen overnight. The owner found the vehicle gone in the morning, there was broken glass on the drivers side. The Jeep had large off-road tires and a roof rack. a witness stated that the jeep was last seen driving away at around midnight. There are no suspects at this time and the matter is still under investigation.
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