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Hospital robbed

RCMP continue to investigate the theft of items worth more than $20,000 from Mills Memorial Hospital last month.

Terrace RCMP said a Samsung LED TV, a Dell model projector and a Polycom video conference unit were taken from the hospitals education room after someone broke into the room via a window at 11: 51 p.m. Dec. 7.

Northern Health official Jonathon Dyck said the hospital is working on replacing the equipment and is working with the police on the investigation.

The hospital does have video surveillance but in this incident, it could contribute nothing to the investigation, said Terrace RCMP Constable Angel Rabut.

 

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