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Port Moody Police Department

 

Fatal MVI

On Sunday November 16, 2014 at 0039 hours Port Moody Police responded to a single vehicle accident in the 2400 Blk of David Ave. The vehicle had left the roadway and crashed down the embankment adjacent to the Noons Creek bridge.
 
Upon police arrival Paramedics and Fire Department personnel were already on scene. The driver and sole occupant of the vehicle was deceased. Given the vehicle’s location, a crane was required to lift the vehicle back onto the roadway.
 
Although the cause of the collision is still under investigation, speed may have played a role.
 
Police will not be releasing the name of the deceased at this time.
 
Anyone who may have witnessed the accident is asked to call the Port Moody Police at 604-461-3456.

 
Community Update Nov. 1-10, 2014

Remembrance Day ceremonies will be held tomorrow throughout the Tri-Cities. The Port Moody service will be held at 10 a.m. outside the Port Moody Legion (2513 Clarke St). There will be a short parade of Veterans, Serving members of the Armed Forces, Emergency Services personnel, Cadets and other community groups followed by a 21 gun salute and the wreath laying ceremony.

The following are items of interest for the period spanning November 1 – 10:

PROPERTY CRIME:

A local business in the 2300 Blk of St. Johns st was broken into overnight. Computer equipment was stolen.

A stolen vehicle was recovered in the area of Clarke St / Grant st.

Theft from vehicle occurred overnight in the area of Wildwood Drive. The driver’s window was smashed out and a wallet and Ipod were stolen.

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Youth and Social Media

Is your elementary or middle school child using social media? Is it safe?

Parents are invited to an informative evening hosted by the Port Moody Public Library in conjunction with the Port Moody Police Department and CERA (Communities Embracing Restorative Justice).  Expert Jesse Miller will be on hand to give information and answer questions.

More information can be found here.

 
Community Update Oct. 7-21, 2014

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

PROPERTY CRIME

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.

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14-4148 THEFT OF RING

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.

 

 
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Port Moody Police Department - 3051 St. Johns Street, Port Moody, B.C. V3H 2C4
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