Port Moody Police Department



It is National Public Safety Telecommunications Week. During this time of year we take time to thank the scores of people who work diligently behind the scenes handling all emergency and non-emergency calls. Police, Fire and Ambulance dispatchers everywhere play a key role in public and officer safety.

Dispatchers are often the unsung heroes of emergency services. Without their skills, dedication, diligence and assistance, emergency services in our communities would not be the caliber we have all come to know and appreciate.

The PMPD would like to thank our in-house Dispatchers as well as all Dispatchers serving across the country.

Thank you for everything you do.



The Port Moody Police Department are looking for any witnesses who may have seen the theft of nearly 6 tons of wiring stolen near the Glenayre Community Centre between 0300-0600 hours on April 10, 2014.

At first glance the thieves may have appeared to be workers as it is believed that they may be in possession of a large industrial work vehicle (similar to the one pictured below). However, this vehicle does not necessarily have any identifiable markings linking it to a specific company.

The theives made off with roughly 185 meters of cable valued at over $10,000.00.

The wiring stolen was from decommissioned Telus lines and had no impact on consumers in the area.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Port Moody Police Department at 604-461-3456, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, www.solvecrime.ca


The Port Moody Police Department Community Relations Section currently deploys over 30 volunteers in various capacities. Volunteers actively participate in bicycle patrols, vehicle and foot patrols throughout the city as well as attending a variety of community events with the Police. Volunteers actively assist the Police with training and programs such as Crime Free Multi-Family Housing.

Volunteers help patrol our local parking lots, community centres, retail areas, parks and school grounds after hours to assist with crime prevention. They also dedicate their time and energy to assist with road safety through HOV monitoring, Distracted Driving monitoring, Speed Watch, school zones and other areas of concern as they arise.

Last year PMPD volunteers provided over 2,000 hours of service to the community.

We here at the PMPD would like to thank all of our volunteers for their hard work and tireless dedication.



Port Moody Police have received reports of two males going door to door in the Glenayre area (specifically Culzea Pl) claiming to be from Alzheimer Society of BC. These males are soliciting cash and cheque donations from residents.

Port Moody Police have confirmed that these males are NOT with Alzheimer Society and are in fact attempting to scam money from local residents.

The suspects are two Caucasian males age 16 & 19 years with blonde hair and are known to Police.

Police are reminding residents to be wary and to contact the Port Moody Police immediately if you come into contact with these males.


Following the execution of search warrants for a vehicle and bedroom, Police have arrested and charged 33 year old David Woo from Burnaby.

In the course of the warrant execution, Police recovered approximately 80 Ipods, 100 pairs of sunglasses, a car stereo, several stolen laptops and a variety of stolen identification. The recovered items appear to be from thefts in multiple cities including Port Moody and Coquitlam.

Mr. Woo is currently facing multiple charges for Possession of Stolen Property and Mischief. As the investigation into the recovered property continues it is likely that additional charges will be sought.


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Port Moody Police Department - 3051 St. Johns Street, Port Moody, B.C. V3H 2C4
Emergency Dial 9-1-1  | Telephone 604-461-3456