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Vandals smash Terrace school window

Over the past 24 hours these are some of the events Terrace RCMP responded to:

Downtown Terrace

- an iPod was turned in. It was found near the Save On store.

- a black, men's wallet was lost or perhaps stolen from a Laundromat on Emerson St.

- a B&E to a shed on Park Ave was reported. A Caucasian male with grey hair and beard was seen riding a bicycle away from the scene.

- a B&E to a residence on Park Ave was reported.

Elsewhere in Terrace

- police attended a loud music complaint

- vandals smashed a window and discharged a fire extinguisher at Centennial Christian School. The fire extinguisher and a weed-whacker were found nearby.

- in a hit & run accident, a dump-truck was rear-ended by a dark green Honda Civic on Hwy 113. The driver of the Honda was a female who drove away from the scene without stopping.

- a female was arrested for assault with a weapon. Charges pending.

- police were called for a male fighting with a female on Scott St. They were not located.

Thornhill

- police attended a false 911 call

Kitsumkalum, Kulspai, Gitaus

- nothing to report

Rural

- police attended a false alarm at a residence

 

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