RCMP looking for information on residential B&E

Unknown suspect or suspects broke into the home and stole several firearms and ammunition, as well as some electronics and tools

Campbell River RCMP are investigating a break and enter which occurred in the Argonaut Road area on Oct. 10 sometime during the afternoon or early evening.

An unknown suspect or suspects broke into the home and stole several firearms and ammunition, as well as some electronics and tools, Const. Sara Clark, RCMP spokesperson, said. A neighbour saw a blue SUV in the driveway and a male wearing camouflage pants approach the door around the time of the offence. The investigation is ongoing.

If anyone has any information on this crime, contact RCMP at (250)286-6221 or Crimestoppers at 1 (800) 222-8477.

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