Small incidents keep police busy

  • Jun. 10, 2005 12:00 p.m.

A number of small incidents dotted the northern half of the Graham Island last week, according to RCMP.
A wheeled garbage cart was stolen in Port Clements by a Caucasian male in a Chevy F10 truck. Witnesses saw the man picking up the cart and leaving, said Constable Lysiane Brassard. The cart was made specifically for its owner.
A broken window was reported at a house on the 1800 block of Cedar Crescent in Masset. There was some blood left at the scene, but nothing was taken from the home. There were no witnesses.
Also in Masset, $45 was stolen from a vehicle on the 2200 block of Harrison. Police say the car was entered from an unlocked back door.
Finally, $700 worth of brand new windows were broken last week at a house under construction on Delkatla Street in Masset. Vandals threw rocks through the gaping holes on the upper levels of the home. Although the windows were not yet installed, the rocks hit their target anyway. There are no suspects.

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