Sunday, June 20, 2021
ADVT 
National

Neighbours help to foil break and enter in progress: Surrey RCMP

Darpan News Desk Surrey RCMP, 23 Apr, 2021 12:02 AM
  • Neighbours help to foil break and enter in progress: Surrey RCMP

Surrey RCMP has arrested a man for break & enter to a residence with help from watchful neighbours.

On April 19, 2021 at 9:23 pm, Surrey RCMP received two calls from the public reporting a break and enter in progress at a home in the 15300-block of 20A Avenue. Surrey RCMP Front Line Officers responded immediately, and located a man inside the garage attempting to gain entry into the residence.

The man was arrested for break and enter and was held in custody to appear in court. 34 year old Tyson Cole of Surrey, has been charged with Break and Enter and Unlawfully in Dwelling House. He was remanded in to custody.

This is a prime example of the public and police working together. The calls made by watchful neighbours had a direct and positive impact on our ability to arrest a suspect, says Constable Sarbjit Sangha, Media Relations Officer for Surrey RCMP. We’re grateful to the community for continuing to report crime, and suspicious activity in Surrey.

MORE National ARTICLES

MPs agree flights from hot spots should stop

MPs agree flights from hot spots should stop

The House of Commons adopted a motion from the Bloc Québécois this afternoon calling for flights carrying non-essential travellers from certain countries, such as India and Brazil, to be barred.

MPs agree flights from hot spots should stop

Interim B.C. Liberal leader testifies at inquiry

Interim B.C. Liberal leader testifies at inquiry

The B.C. government appointed Supreme Court Justice Austin Cullen in May 2019 to lead the public inquiry into money laundering after three reports outlined how hundreds of millions of dollars in illegal cash affected B.C.'s real estate, luxury vehicle and gaming sectors.

Interim B.C. Liberal leader testifies at inquiry

Climate change to cost more than COVID-19: study

Climate change to cost more than COVID-19: study

Chief economist Jerome Haegeli says the world's current path puts Canada on track to lose seven per cent of its gross domestic product. He says reducing the amount of global warming could cut those costs almost in half.

Climate change to cost more than COVID-19: study

Alarms coming for B.C. dam, river after two killed

Alarms coming for B.C. dam, river after two killed

Five people fishing on the river last October were swept away during an accidental release of water from the reservoir that supplies Metro Vancouver with its drinking water.

Alarms coming for B.C. dam, river after two killed

Man found responsible for stabbings

Man found responsible for stabbings

Klein was convicted last year for the murder of 13-year-old Letisha Reimer and the aggravated assault of her friend in the rotunda of Abbotsford Senior Secondary in 2016.

 

 

Man found responsible for stabbings

More to do on housing affordability: Freeland

More to do on housing affordability: Freeland

Speaking at a virtual event, Freeland says the federal government wants to work with lower levels of government on the issue, saying there is more that cities, provinces and Ottawa can do together.

More to do on housing affordability: Freeland