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NEWS RELEASE · 23rd March 2012
Terrace RCMP
Downtown Terrace:
- A vehicle parked illegally, which had no insurance and was subsequently towed

- A wallet was found and turned over to police, only to be given back to its owner

-A business in downtown Terrace reported excessive panhadling outside their business after regular hours, more police presence requested

- Police arrested an intoxicated, aggressive, panhandler

- False business alarm

-A vehicle hit the side of a building minor damage occurred to both the vehicle and the building

Elsewhere in Terrace:
-Police were called to assist Terrace Fire department with a structure fire. Fire was successfully extinguished with limited damage

-Graffiti was occurring at a business at a business, it was later determined that the building was being washed, not damaged

-Police were made aware that some children were playing alone in a vehicle with the keys in the ignition

- A report of tires being slashed at a residence

-Police assisted with finding two Psych Unit patients from Mills Memorial

-A report of youth on top of a business throwing rocks off of the roof, patrols were made, but none of the youths were located

-Police assisted with a report of a suicidal female

- A report of an unfounded break and enter

- A youth decided to ignore her curfew and was also in breach of a court order

-A group of youth gathered in Thornhill to participate in a fight, file under investigation

-Police assisted in a child and family services issue

- A 911 hang-up resulted in a domestic disturbance investigation, charges have been forwarded to Crown Council

-Report of a stolen vehicle, upon investigation the vehicle was not stolen, but towed earlier in the day because of a parking violation

-Police assisted in a civil property matter

Kitsukalum, Gitaus, Kitselas:
Nothing to report