Friday, November 27, 2015

RCMP investigating damage and theft to Telemetry Station equipment near Lelu Island

Prince Rupert RCMP
seek the help of the
public in a case
of theft and damage
The Prince Rupert RCMP is seeking the assistance of the public in a case related to the damage and theft to some equipment at a Telemetry Station located near Lelu Island.

The incident which appears to date back to late September, involves the theft of two solar panels and two batteries as well as damage sustained by the Telemetry Station unit itself.

The value of the damage is estimated to be over the 5,000 dollar range, should you have any information related to the incident you are asked to contact the Prince Rupert RCMP at 250-627-0700 or through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

You can review the full statement from the RCMP here.

It was not disclosed in the statement who was the owner of the equipment, or what the function of it was at the location at the entrance of the Porpoise Channel near Lelu Island, an area that has been the subject of much study related to the proposed development of an LNG terminal in that area.

The incident in question took place in late September
with equipment stolen and damaged near Lelu Island
For more items related to Northwest Emergency Services files see our archive page here.

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