Break and enter thwarted in Terrace, B.C.

The Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 51 calls for service from April 11th, 8 am till April 13th, 8 am.

  • Apr. 13, 2016 7:00 p.m.

The Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 51 calls for service from April 11th, 8 am till April 13th, 8 am. During the same time period five people were lodged in Terrace Cells. Four of these people were lodged for intoxication.

Downtown Terrace

  • Information received on drug activity.
  • Assist BC Ambulance with a medical situation.
  • A man attempting to commit suicide by jumping in front of traffic. The man was apprehended under the Mental Health Act and transported to Mills Memorial Hospital.
  • Fight on Greig Ave. Police spoke with a group of people. No criminal offence.
  • Police observed two men passed out in Brolly Square. One of them was arrested.
  • Intoxicated man attempting to buy alcohol for youth. Police spoke with some people in the area.
  • False business alarm on Greig Ave.
  • A woman driving with a dog on her lap on Lakelse Ave.

Elsewhere Terrace

  • False business alarm on Haugland Ave.
  • Missing person. Under investigation.
  • Familial assault investigation.
  • Sexual assault investigation.
  • A youth having a temper tantrum and destroying items. The incident was dealt with by an external agency.
  • Uttering threats. Further information was not received.
  • Intoxicated woman staggering down Walsh Ave. Checks of the area were done.
  • Prank 911 phone call from a pay phone on Keith Ave.
  • Erratic driver in a blue truck on Hwy 16 near Keith Ave. Further information was not received.
  • Missing youth. She returned on her own accord a short time later. She was reported missing again the next night. She again returned to her residence later in the night.
  • Noise complaint on Munroe St. Police spoke with the home owner.
  • A cat was hit by a vehicle and gravely injured. Police provided assistance.
  • 911 call, domestic assault. Investigation led police to locating an intoxicated man inside of the residence that was in breach of Recognizance conditions on no contact. The 46 yr old man was arrested and is held for court.
  • The rear window of a truck parked on Orr Pl was broken sometime during the night of April 11/12.
  • The rear window of a Mazda 3 parked on Pear St was broken sometime during the night of April 11/12. Investigation led to a youth having been responsible. The matter is being dealt with by a guardian.
  • A warrant was issued for a 34 yr old man for failing to attend court.
  • False business alarm on Lazelle Ave.
  • Sexual interference investigation.
  • Domestic assault. Police had to force their way into a residence on Haugland Ave. A woman suffered minor injuries. Under investigation.
  • Assault and theft. Police spoke with an intoxicated man who suffered minor injuries. He was transported to Mills Memorial Hospital for assessment. Further details were not provided.
  • Dispute. Police spoke with the people involved. A resolution was not reached but nothing criminal occurred.
  • A grey and orange Norco dirt jumper with custom orange handle grips was stolen from a backyard on Pear St.
  • Intoxicated man causing a disturbance on Davis Ave. Police arrested the man.
  • Intoxication fuelled family dispute. Police transported a person to an alternate location. Another person was arrested.
  • Attempt Break and Enter on Straume Ave. The homeowner’s son saw the thief attempting to slide a window open and shining a flashlight in the residence. The thief fled when they realized they were observed.


  • Extortion. A woman sent nude photos of herself to a man met over Facebook. The man threated to post the pictures unless the woman sent him money. Police were able to put a block on one of the money transfers. Investigation determined that the money was sent to an account in Pakistan. Police gave advice on the matter.
  • Children lighting fires on Muller St. The Thornhill Fire Department dealt with the matter.
  • A five year old child being threatened by a six year old child. External agencies are dealing with the matter.
  • Possible breach. Checks were conducted. Unfounded.
  • False business alarm on River Dr.
  • Assist external agency with two investigations.


  • A black leather wallet with a lime green interior containing various cards and ID was lost at Copperside Foods on Hwy 16 on April 9th.
  • False residential alarm on Old Lakelse Lake Dr. It was cancelled prior to police attendance.
  • False business alarm on Arthur Rd.


  • Landlord/tenant issues. Under investigation.


  • If you have information about crime contact the Terrace RCMP at (250)638-7400 or anonymously through Crime Stoppers by telephone at 1-800-222-TIPS, online at or by texting TERRACE plus your message to 274637 (CRIMES). If your information leads to an arrest you may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000.


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