Break-in investigated

  • May. 29, 2006 8:00 a.m.

During the night of Monday May 22, culprits broke into two semi-trailers parked at the Coop store in Skidegate. They destroyed some produce as searched through the contents and stole cigarettes. The matter is under investigation. Queen Charlotte RCMP
are asking for your assistance in solving this crime.
On Friday, May 26 police checked a driver for alcohol in Queen Charlotte and suspended his licence.
On Saturday May 27 police received a report of a break and enter to a residence in Skidegate. Nothing was stolen from the residence. The investigation is continuing.
Police checked approximately 50 vehicles on Highway 33 near the ferry landing and issued two traffic tickets and four warnings.
A patrol of the ball field in Queen Charlotte during a soccer game located open liquor in the bleachers and in a vehicle parked at the field. A ticket for open liquor was issued.
On Sunday May 28 a driver was stopped on the Heights road in Skidegate and his licence was suspended when it was determined that he had been drinking earlier.

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