Port Moody Police Department


Community Update Oct. 7-21, 2014

The following are items of interest for the period of October 7 - 21, 2014:


A house was broken into on Apsenwood Drive between 3-7pm via the rear sliding door. Electronics were targeted.

A bench was stolen from someone’s front porch on Aspenwood. A white old van pulled up, people jumped out and took the bench.

A vehicle had its plates swapped with stolen ones in the 2700 blk of Henry st.

On October 9, 2014 at 0700 hrs a male left his vehicle unlocked with the key fob inside while going to get a starbucks at 221 Ioco Rd. The vehicle was quickly stolen. Police were already heading to the area after receiving a report of a “suspicious” male who asked a nurse if he could borrow a screwdriver. A few hours later Police observed the vehicle in the 600 Blk of Noons Creek Drive and were able to stop the vehicle and arrest the driver. A 37 year old male is facing charges. The owner and his vehicle were reunited.


Port Moody Police are seeking the public's assistance in identifying two people involved in a theft from a local jewelry store. On August 1, 2014 at approximately 3:50pm a male and female entered Aurifax Jewellers on Morrissey Rd. The male stole a $1,600.00 ring from a showcase. Anyone with information about the identity of the male or female are asked to contact the police or crime stoppers.


Special Olympics YELLOWCARD campaign


Motionball is a federally incorporated not-for-profit whose mandate is to raise funds and awareness for Special Olympics athletes across Canada. While to this point motionball's focus has been event driven, we are very excited about a new initiative - an anti-bullying campaign that we’ve launched called the YELLOWCARD campaign.

The YELLOWCARD campaign aims to end the casual use of the word retard (we’ll call it the R-word from now on) in everyday conversation. For over 850,000 Canadians with an intellectual disability, the use of the R-word invokes memories of being bullied, endless days of being demeaned and countless times being told that they are outsiders not worthy of respect.

We need to end it.

Community Update Sept. 23 - Oct. 1, 2014

With our kids back in school you may have noticed an increased presence of Police in school areas. Please do your part to keep our kids safe by slowing down and coming to complete stops at stop signs. Sadly we still have people going far too fast past schools.
The following are items of interest for the past week:
A male and female in their 40’s stole cat food from a local store. An officer attended their residence and they gave the food back. We all love our pets, but theft is not the way to provide for them. If you or someone you know is facing hard financial times and having difficulty caring for their furry friends, there are resources out there including the SPCA. The attached link is for the “pet food bank” program in Vancouver http://www.spca.bc.ca/veterinary-services/vancouver-animal-hospital/charlies-foodbank.html

On September 29, 2014 at 0030 hours a resident in the McNair Bay area called the Police after finding two females in his garage. When confronted by the home owner, the females claimed to be lost and fled in a white BMW driven by a male. The complainant provided police with the vehicle’s license plate.
Police determined that the vehicle was stolen. An officer located the vehicle travelling eastbound on Ioco rd and tried to block the road with his police car. The suspects drove onto the gravel shoulder and managed to maneuver away. Officers located the vehicle abandoned on Water St.
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