Kona mountain bike stolen in Terrace

Wallet that was lost at Mark’s Work Wear World was turned into the same store and returned to its owner

AND here are the incidents requiring the presence of Terrace RCMP officers for the past 24 hours.


Downtown Terrace

– vandalism to the Terrace Hearing Clinic on Lakelse Ave. A brick was used to smash a window.

– wallet that was lost at Mark’s Work Wear World was turned into the same store and returned to its owner

– false business alarm on Lazelle Ave

– report of intoxicated man trying to fight another person on Eby St. Checks were done of area.

– intoxicated person refusing to leave the Bear Country Inn. He left on his own accord.

Elsewhere Terrace

– vandalism in the form of graffiti on All West Glass

– blue Kona Rock Sport 8 speed mountain bike stolen from a residence on Kalum St

– a 20 yr old man has been reported missing

– gold and diamond ring has been lost

– police gave advice on a parenting issue

– familial dispute. People involved separated.

– drug activity reported

– pedestrian motor vehicle accident on Sande Overpass

– false 911

– 12 yr old was not welcome in the family home

– person knocking on door on Davis Ave

– 64 yr old man passed out at Mills Memorial Hospital was arrested for public intoxication

– loss prevention officer of Walmart arrested two 14 yr old girls for shoplifting. They were turned over to their guardian.

– false business alarm on Graham Ave


– false cellular 911 call

– person was warned about driving erratically

– erratic driver on Hwy 16 E and Clark St. No further information obtained.


– aggressive dog complaint on Kleanza Dr

– debris in the Skeena River near Big Oliver Creek.

– person skateboarding on Hwy 16 about 50 km East of Terrace


– 23 yr old man intoxicated and wrecking things in a residence. Police transported him to alternative lodgings for the night.

– drug activity reported

Kulspai, Gitaus

nothing to report

People with information on crime are asked to contact the Terrace RCMP at (250)638-7400 or anonymously through Crime Stoppers by telephone at 1-800-222-TIPS. Or a Tip can be left anonymously online at www.bccrimestoppers.com