Port Moody Fire Rescue and Port Moody Police are warning residents and visitors to stay off the mudflats in the Port Moody Arm of Burrard Inlet. The mudflats are dangerous and unpredictable. While they may seem firm, they can give way suddenly, and can act like quicksand in some areas. People and animals can sink, […]
In the early morning hours of July 24, 2017 members of the Port Moody police Department responded to the report of a cougar attack. The caller, who resides in the area of Chevalier Court and Flavelle Drive, advised that a cougar had just tried to carry away his small dog. The cougar dropped the dog […]
Please come down and visit the Port Moody Police tent at the 2017 Rib Fest at Rocky Point Park. Our lovable mascot Chase will be stopping by for a visit. Stop in and visit our members and volunteers to learn about our Department.
DATE: July 20, 2017 SUBJECT: Playground Fire PORT MOODY – On July 17, 2017 at approximately 0035 hours, the Port Moody Police Department was contacted by Port Moody Fire and Rescue due to a fire in the area of the unit-block of Burrard Crescent in Port Moody. Witnesses observed a large amount of smoke in […]
Port Moody Police Department Media Release DATE: July 14, 2017 SUBJECT: Residential break and enters On June 7, 2017 the Port Moody Police Department responded to a complaint from a local citizen, in the Heritage Mountain area, who reported that he had just returned home to find that his house had been broken into. A […]