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Rise in vandalism to vehicles in Campbell River

Over the past month there has been an unexplained increase in mischief to vehicles.

Last week alone saw four incidents reported mostly consisting of broke windows. However, nothing was taken from the vehicles.

Police are looking for any information about the vandalism.

Last week, Mounties responded to 313 calls for service. There were 15 reported persons offences and 38 property related offences.

Police arrested two impaired drivers, issued two immediate roadside prohibitions and issued two 24-hour roadside suspensions.

Police attended six motor vehicle collisions that resulted in minor injury or property damage and conducted curfew and probation order checks on 15 offenders.

RCMP also dealt with 26 reported incidents of people intoxicated in public or causing a disturbance by being drunk.

 

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