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Weekly Campbell River crime stats

Police responded to 300 calls for service last week.

There were 12 reported persons offences and 45 property related offences. Both figures are above the yearly average.

Over the last two weeks, police arrested nine impaired drivers, issued seven immediate roadside prohibitions – three were issued on Satuday night – as well as seven roadside suspensions.

As well, thefts from attached garages and sheds continue to be reported.

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