Scooter stolen from Campbell River Common on Dec. 15.

Scooter stolen from Rivercity Mobility

Campbell River RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance to identify a male caught on video

Campbell River RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance to identify a male caught on video stealing a Silver “Afkim Breeze S4” mobility scooter from Rivercity Mobility inside Campbell River Commons on Ironwood Street on Dec. 15.

The scooter is valued at $10,000 and has the full hard plastic roof and matching hard plastic black luggage.  The male suspect is described as Caucasian, short dark hair, clean shaven wearing a baseball hat and a camouflage jacket with white birch tree type hunting pattern and hood.


Smoking paraphernalia in Campbellton


Just before 5 a.m. on Dec. 15, Campbell River RCMP responded to a break and enter that had just occurred at Scene Smokers Outlet at 1861 Island Highway.

Three males had pried the back door open, entered the business and stolen several large glass “hookah” pipes before fleeing the scene.

The males were dressed in disguise with what appeared to be bandanas over their mouths and at least two appear to be Caucasian.

Police are looking to identify the males caught on the security tape who are described as:

Suspect 1: Wearing a light grey hoodie and darker blue jeans and dark coloured shoes.

Suspect 2: Wearing a black hoodie and navy blue Adidas track pants with three orange stripes down the outside legs.

Suspect 3: Wearing a navy blue hoodie, blue jeans, wearing a “Starter” brand back pack looking to be black/grey with reflective silver accents and he was wearing black police type stretchy gloves that appear to be new.



Mischief to Vehicles


Two complaints of mischief to vehicles parked on Rita Crescent in Willow Point were reported on Dec. 14. Both vehicles had a brown sticky burned substance on the vehicles. Police say the substance may have been sprayed on and then lit on fire, or was already burned when it was thrown onto the vehicle. It is believed the mischief occurred overnight.



Two businesses in Willow Point suffer break and enters


The Willow Point Bottle Exchange and Wayne’s barber shop suffered break ins sometime overnight on Dec. 15. Suspects gained entry into the bottle exchange, then made entry into the neighbouring barber shop through the drywall, though it doesn’t appear anything was stolen from the businesses.