Police seek owners of deceased dogs

Animals were found in the Hazelton area of northwestern BC

  • Sep. 20, 2012 7:00 a.m.

NEW HAZELTON RCMP responded to 69 calls during the week of Sept. 13-Sept. 19.

Sept. 13 – A flagperson working on Hwy 37 was bumped by a grey pickup truck stopped at a construction area.

September 15 – Two deceased dogs with collars were found near the boat launch area on Government St in Hazelton. Police are seeking information or potential owners to come forward.

September 15- A parking lot hit and run collision involving a white van was reported near the Bulkey Valley Hotel.

September 16 – A theft of an ipod was reported from a vehicle parked near the 28 Inn in New Hazelton.

September 17 – Horses were reported on Silver Standard Rd.

September 18 – A theft from a vehicle parked on Denii St in Hagwilget was reported.

September 19 – A male was found intoxicated on the street in Gitsegukla. He was arrested for public intoxication and placed in cells for the evening.

Police are reminding citizens not to keep valuables stored within their vehicles and to lock their vehicles when unattended.



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