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Port Moody Police investigate tire slashing spree

Darpan News Desk Port Moody Police, 05 Oct, 2022 04:21 PM
  • Port Moody Police investigate tire slashing spree

The Port Moody Police are appealing to the public for assistance after numerous parked vehicle tires were slashed.

On Tueaday a series of vehicle owners contacted the Port Moody Police Department reporting that their tires had been slashed overnight sometime between October 3 at 9 p.m. and October 4 at 9 a.m.

These incidents occurred on View Street and Highview Place and are all believed to be connected. 

“We are looking to speak with witnesses or anyone that has information” states Constable Sam Zacharias, adding that “anyone with dash camera or CCTV in the area is also asked to contact police.”

There are 8 known incidents, however, police believe there may be more victims who have yet to file a report.

 

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