Man robbed while in his vehicle

Here is a list of events responded to by Terrace's RCMP June 26.

  • Jun. 26, 2012 10:00 a.m.

Here are incidents responded to by Terrace RCMP June 26.

Downtown Terrace

A man was robbed while sitting in his vehicle with the driver’s side window rolled down while parked in the CIBC parking lot on Lakelse Ave. A man punched him then stole his wallet by tearing it from his jacket. The suspect is described as Aboriginal, wearing a green jacket and black back pack, and fled on foot west towards Safeway. Under investigation.

False cellular 911 call

Man possibly in breach of conditions at the Skeena Mall. Checks were done of area.

False business alarm on Lakelse Ave

Elsewhere Terrace

Sexual assault investigation. A 38 yr old man has been arrested. Charges of sexual interference and sexual assault are being forwarded to Crown Counsel.

Uttering threats investigation.

Possible impaired driver in a blue Dodge extended cab diesel pickup truck pulling a boat on Keith Ave. Checks were done of area.

False business alarm on Keith Ave.

Noisy party on Haugland Ave. Checks were done and it was quiet.

Two girls ages 16 and 17 yrs old were out and about without permission. A parent had located the girls and transported them to their respective residences.

Suicidal 27 yr old man. Police spoke with the man. He was not suicidal but wanted to go to the hospital. Police provided him with a ride to Mills Memorial Hospital.

Numerous thefts from Real Canadian Wholesale. Thief is associated to a black Chevy van. Under investigation.

Intoxicated woman trying to get into people’s vehicles on Haaland Ave / Dobbie St. Checks were done of area.


Suicidal 52 yr old man. Police spoke with the man. He was not suicidal. He was arrested for public intoxication.

A blue truck hit a building on River Dr at approximately 3 AM. Minor damage.

Young hitchhiker was seen on Hwy 16 east near the Welcome to Terrace sign. Checks were done of area.

A man was at the Mac’s Convenience Store and he is not welcome there and refusing to leave. He left prior to police attendance. Police spoke with the man.

An erratic driver in a red 1999 Ford F150 truck on Pine Ave / Clark St. The 19 yr old driver was spoken with about his driving habits.

Suicidal 54 yr old woman. She was not suicidal. She was intoxicated. She was transported to alternate lodging for the night.

Two males attempted to break into a pickup truck parked on Clark St. Entry was not gained. The suspects left southbound. One was wearing a puffy blue jacket.


Neighbourhood dispute on Kalum Lake Rd. A neighbour was upset that a backhoe was being used at 9:45 PM. An explanation was given and everyone calmed down.

A blue low bed truck on Kalum Lake Rd near Pat Roy Rd took a corner so fast that the truck had to go into the other lane to make the corner, causing opposing traffic to stop to avoid a collision. Checks were done of area.

Older model Winnebago driving erratically en route to Terrace from Prince Rupert. Checks were done of area.


False cellular 911 call

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, online at, or by texting TERRACE plus your message to 274637 (CRIMES).


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