Vandals destroy checkpoint building

  • Nov. 21, 2005 9:00 a.m.

Submitted by Sgt. Neil Hogg, Queen Charlotte RCMP–On the night of Nov. 16 unknown person or persons destroyed the shelter at the checkpoint to the west of Queen Charlotte. The vandalism is under investigation and we are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the persons responsible. Anyone with information should call QC RCMP.
QC RCMP would like to thank motorists who offered assistance to police as we investigated a motor vehicle accident in Tlell Nov. 19 at 12:23 hours.
Prince Rupert Traffic Services arrived on the Island Monday morning ( Nov. 21) and will be enforcing the motor vehicle act.
Traffic Services goal is to make our roadways safer through the reduction of accidents and by increasing seatbelt use. A study conducted by ICBC this summer revealed that seatbelt use by islanders is far less than other areas of the province.

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