Squamish RCMP is looking for the owner of expensive outdoor equipment the police found in a ravine.
On Wednesday, April 4, Squamish RCMP received a report of a large amount of expensive outdoor gear and a paraglider were located off the Mamquam Road in a ravine.
The items appear to have been in a vehicle roof storage bin and inside was an extensive amount of camping and climbing gear. Anyone who may know who this belongs to please let the Squamish RCMP know in order to return to the owner.
CYCLIST INJURED ON MAMQUAM ROAD
On Friday, April 6, Squamish RCMP came upon a cyclist who had sustained an injury to his head after falling off his bike. The cyclist was riding on Mamquam Road by Willow Crescent when he fell, the male was not wearing a helmet and therefore suffered a cut to his head.
BC Ambulance attended the scene and transported him to Squamish General Hospital. Squamish RCMP would like to remind the public bicycle helmets are mandatory when riding a bike and if found in contravention riders could face a monetary fine.
HIT AND RUN ON PEMBERTON AVENUE
On Saturday, April 7th, at approximately 8 p.m. Squamish RCMP were notified of a vehicle hit and run on Pemberton Avenue in downtown Squamish. The witness stated they saw a Silver Ford pickup truck with a canopy back into another vehicle. The driver of the truck left the area immediately without notifying the owner of the other vehicle about the damage. Squamish RCMP are looking for information to identify the truck as well as the driver.
Anyone with any information regarding the above files are asked to contact the Squamish RCMP at 604-892-6100 or contact Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS, text 274637, or go to www.solvecrime.ca