She lost nearly $27,000.
He stole from the same business 4 times.
They are working to provide service on Highways 14 and 16.
The woman is known to police.
Twelve people have been temporarily displaced from their homes.
Investigators located the suspect by following a trail of vehicle fluid.
The theft has left the group unable to offer programs.
The man is in hospital for evaluation.
Sleep walking, maybe? 🤔
Police say this is the fourth such incident in a week.
The stabbing was caught on camera.
The man faces charges including assault and sexual exploitation.
Dispatch received 164 calls within 48 hours.
Responding officers were confronted by campers, and were bit and spat on.
He allegedly exposed himself to two young girls.
The last suspect was tracked down today and arrested.
He was also in possession of suspected fentanyl.
They also had a replica firearm.
Three firearms and other combat accessories were seized.
Two of the victims were airlifted to Victoria.
An unloaded firearm and knives were seized.
The youth was impaired by drugs.
He followed two young women for several blocks on his bicycle.
It was first ruled as suspicious.
He had earlier been spotted in Beacon Hill Park on Sunday.
Luckily, no one was injured.
Two vessels from CFB Esquimalt participated in the operation.
The suspect also threw the victim’s shoes, wallet and cellphone in a lake.
The suspect had been ordered earlier not to be at the facility.
The victim suffered non-life threatening injuries.
Two suspects were caught on video.
The victim suffered multiple stab wounds.
The 58-year-old man was found March 31, 2021.
He was suddenly pulled from his bike.
In what RCMP are calling a “mischief spree."
Dating back to January 1st.
Makes you wonder if he wears any kind of protection.
The suspect approached a 14-year-old girl and asked for help to find a dog.
Do you recognize her?
He also assaulted a police officer.
The suspect was also carrying a knife.
He was serving a 5-year-sentence.
He was arrested on Monday after he fought with officers.
No arrests have been made yet.
The suspect faces charges of uttering threats and causing a disturbance.
The suspects range in age from 25 to 37.
"Parked vehicles are rarely known to jump out and cause accidents."
The three suspects are from the Lower Mainland.
He was a resident of the shelter.
More details have also been released.