Bella Coola RCMP Police Report – April 2013

Bella Coola Royal Canadian Mounted Police Report – April 2013

  • Apr. 22, 2013 7:00 a.m.

File 2013-260: On April 5th, 2013 Bella Coola RCMP Detachment received a report that a “wood bug” angle iron mill frame had been stolen from a location beside Hwy 20 by Tallio’s Gas Bar near the creek. The item is in two sections 10 feet long and had been bolted together to form a piece 20 feet long and is painted blue. There were reports that the item had been dragged to the edge of the highway before it was taken away. Anyone with information of the location or disposition of this item, please contact the Bella Coola Detachment at 250-799-5363

File 2013-285: Bella Coola Detachment was advised that Sir Alexander Mackenzie School at 1961 Highway 20 in Hagensborg and the School District office had been shot with orange paintballs. This possibly occurred over the weekend and there were approximately 40 strikes. Anyone with information regarding this incident is requested to contact the Bella Coola RCMP Detachment.

File 2013-287: A Bella Coola resident received a phone call from a business that identified as a Visa related service. The caller offered to put money into the complainant’s credit card account and was seeking personal identification to complete the transaction. The complainant wisely did not disclose their information and the caller abruptly hung up. This is a warning that these call center or auto-dialed calls occur here as well as larger centres and you must safeguard your personal information against fraudsters. Caller ID to the suspect number is 1-613-702-5828, this number is heavily reported as a source of attempted frauds.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Bella Coola RCMP 250 799 5363

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