Port Moody Police Department


Community Update August 9-18, 2014

Below are the items of interest for the period spanning August 9-18th, 2014:


Community mailbox broken into at 15 Forest Park Way

Vehicle stolen from Legion Manor on Hope Street (spare keys were left in the car). Vehicle recovered in the 2100 Blk of St George’s street. Ongoing property crime problems in those areas.

A security camera was stolen from a local business.

Break and Enter overnight while occupant sleeping. A female had her laptop stolen from her residence on Aspenwood Drive. Investigation is ongoing. Possible point of entry is the internal door that links the garage with the residence. Please ensure that you lock all your doors at night.

2 thefts from vehicles in the 2400 Blk of St. George street.

An ipad was stolen from a residence by the owner’s adult son’s friend who was visiting.

Community Update July 31 - August 8, 2014

Here are items of interest for the period of July 31 – August 8, 2014:


Theft of a $1,600 ring from a jewelry store display case. File is still under investigation

Theft of $1,800 mountain bike from Cambridge Way

Officers recovered a stolen val-tag decal from a vehicle

August 4 a resident interrupted residential break and enter in the Seaview area. The thief lunged at the person while brandishing a screw-driver and fled the area. No one was injured. The PMPD Forensic unit attended and the investigation is ongoing.

Theft from unlocked vehicle overnight in the Capilano area

Community Update July 22-30, 2014

The following are items of interest for the week spanning July 22-30, 2014.

The Coquitlam RCMP are seeking the public's assistance in locatin a missing person from Cottonwood Lodge. View the Coquitlam RCMP website for details:


-          A trailer was broken into on Grant St.

-          Theft from a vehicle at 2130 hours in the parking lot of Heritage Woods Secondary. Wallet, contents, electronics, briefcase were all stolen. Don’t leave things in your car.

-          Multiple storage lockers broken into at a building in the 3100 Blk St. Johns st. PMPD Forensic Identification section attended to process the scene. Investigation ongoing.

-          A wallet was stolen from a purse at Rocky Point while the owner was distracted on a phone call

-          Fraudulent purchases were made on a complainants ITunes account. It is important to password protect your electronic devices (WiFi, Iphones, Ipads etc). DO NOT save password information on these devices. If you lose them or someone accesses them they can do as they please.

Community Update July 14-22, 2014

The following are items of interest for the week of July 14-22, 2014. For information regarding the community updates, contact the PMPD Media Relations Officer by email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


-          Theft of bracelets from a vehicle (suspects reached in through the open sunroof)

-          Stolen vehicle recovered in 1000Blk of Cecile Dr. The vehicle had been stolen from Surrey. We recovered this vehicle at about 9am. At 1130 the Richmond RCMP recovered a vehicle stolen from the 1000Blk of Cecile Dr.

-          Bike stolen from outside 660 Nootka

-          3 bikes stolen from the underground parkade at 400 Capilano Rd.

o   If you have a bicycle, please ensure that you write down the serial number or engrave an identifiable mark on it. This can assist in our ability to recover the bik.

-          A male stole a 375ml bottle of Gin from a local liquor store

-          Attempted theft from auto during the day in the Eagle Ridge Hospital parking lot

-          A male had his locker broken into and Iphone stolen from the men’s changeroom in 500 Klahanie. The area is private access to residents of the Klahanie area only. Police were able to locate the suspects and retrieve the phone. Both were youths.

-          A residence on Symnes Bay was broken into. Thieves used the owner’s ladder to access a second floor window. Thieves targeted jewelry.  PMPD Forensic Identification Section attended to process the scene. Investigation is ongoing.

Community Update June 27 - July 14, 2014

The following are items of interest for the period of June 27-July 14, 2014. To have community updates emailed directly please contact the PMPD Media Relations Officer by email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

-          June 28: Multiple Theft from Auto (TFA)
o    2 vehicles broken into 3000 Blk St. George. Windows smashed. Suspect driving a stolen vehicle
o   3 from Viewmount Dr. All had windows smashed. Same suspect in stolen car
-          Cell phone stolen from salon while customer getting hair cut.
            Vehicle associated to property crime stopped. 45 year old male driver from Maple Ridge arrested for breaching   probation and held for court.
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