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NEWS RELEASE · 14th September 2011
Terrace RCMP
On September 10 at 1:33 AM police were called to a fire at the Denny’s restaurant. The Sandman Inn was evacuated as a precaution. Nobody was injured. The cause of the fire is unknown but the circumstances are suspicious. The Terrace Forensice Ident Section was called in to assist with the investigation.

Over the past 24 hrs these are some of the events Terrace RCMP responded to:

Downtown Terrace
- false alarm
- fourteen year old male shot three times with an air soft pistol by a sixteen year old male. The fourteen year old did not received injuries. The matter is still under investigation.
- complaint received of two males kicking shopping carts. The males were found and warned about their behavior

Elsewhere in Terrace
- suspicious person. Person of complaint was found and spoken with. Matter was unfounded.
- 2 false 911
- complaint received of group of intoxicated people walking along Sparks St. One of the intoxicated persons was on conditions to abstain from alcohol. He was arrested and lodged in cells to be held for court.
- complaint was received of two stolen bikes. The complainant called back later to advise that his wife had driven by the store, saw the two bikes unattended and unlocked, so took them to make the boys think they were stolen. Lesson learnt.
- a pink wallet was lost at George Little Park a week ago

Thornhill
- a group of people were rattling the doors of Thornhill Elementary School. Two empty beer case were found on scene, but no people, and no damage

Kitsumkalum, Kitselas, Gitaus
- a complaint was received that a person’s camper was flipped over by unknown persons. This camper was on private property, but private property not belonging to the person living in it. The complainant was advised to discuss the matter with the band council.

Rural
- 1 false alarm
Thx
Comment by MaggieJo on 14th September 2011
'Good to read regular reportings of the RCMP's efforts in our Community. It appears that not only are they upholding the law with apprehending criminals, but that they also take the time as "Community Officers" to assist in time consuming reconciliation purposes as well during some of their call outs. Good job.

'Proud to have the RCMP here serving this City!