Squamish police briefs

Stolen IDs used to steal bicycle. Beerfest, ticket required. Vehicle stolen and recovered.

Stolen IDs used to steal bicycle

On July 4, two men rented a bicycle from a local bike shop and failed to return it. It was later discovered that the identification used by the males to rent the bicycle was also stolen. The bike was valued at $10,000. The stolen ID has been returned to its rightful owner.

Beerfest, ticket required

As preparations were underway for the Squamish Beer Festival, on July 5, Squamish RCMP officers were asked to attend O'Siyam Pavilion Park as some people were getting a head start with some "unsanctioned" beer sampling.

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All individuals were removed from the area and no further calls were received.

Vehicle stolen and recovered

A late 1990s Honda Civic was stolen from a parking lot in Furry Creek, but recovered on July 8, by Vancouver Police.  The Honda was located in the 1600 block of Franklin St., Vancouver.


Total Number of files from July 1 to  8: 191 

False alarms – 11
Theft - 7
Fraud – 5
Disturbances – 12

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