Saturday, September 17, 2022

Prince Rupert RCMP seek assistance of public on shoplifting case file

The Prince Rupert detachment of the RCMP has once again called on the public for some help on a shoplifting case file in the city.

A notice released today, seeks information on an incident around the noon hour on Friday September 16th, at LeBLANC boutique in the Atlin Terminal, the details of the case file are relayed below:

Prince Rupert RCMP received a report from LeBLANC boutique about a Caucasian woman who entered the store, grabbed a backpack and left without paying for it. 

Neighbourhood canvassing and video surveillance helped police discover that she had been to the adjacent Homework store prior and had made a purchase there, but no further information about her was available.

A security video image is included as part of the call for help from the public.

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Should you have any information related to the identification of the suspect in question, you are asked to contact the Prince Rupert detachment at 250-624-2135 or through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS

The RCMP information release can be reviewed here.

More notes on the work of Emergency Responders across the Northwest can be found from our archive page.

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