Squamish RCMP is looking for anyone with information about those responsible for two instances of break and enter reported on Plateau Drive in Valleycliffe.
The complaints were received by the local police last week. Both complainants stated that the suspects had gained entry to the residences through the garage and multiple items had been taken.
Items that were missing included were Arcteryx clothing, sunglasses, a Traxxas Rambler RC car, and two dirtbikes. The dirtbikes are described as a Red and White Honda 250CC and a kids Red and White 50CC.
The thefts are believed to have occurred overnight and the RCMP is currently seeking information about those responsible for the crime as well as the whereabouts of the missing items to call police.
Last week, the Squamish RCMP were also notified of a Break and Enter and theft of vehicle from a residence in Furry Creek. The complainant returned home to their residence in south Furry Creek to find their vehicle had been taken as well as a large number of high value items were missing.
The vehicle was located in West Vancouver and the driver was arrested by West Vancouver Police and is currently facing several charges including Possession of Stolen Property. The remainder of the stolen property is outstanding and the police is looking for any information for suspicious vehicles in the Furry Creek area on March 7th to March 8th as well as identifying anyone involved in the incident.
SHOTS FIRED REPORTED UP MAMQUAM FSR
On Sunday, March 11, Squamish RCMP were alerted to a report of shots heard about 5 km mark of the Mamquam FSR. Police attended and located two males who were shooting a shotgun in the area. The location was believed to have been within city limits and close to a residential area.
Due to this the males were facing multiple bylaw infractions and a possible criminal investigation of Unsafe Discharge of a Firearm. However, both were released with a warning and informed of the rules, regulations, and safety concerns regarding discharging a firearm in rural areas.