Port Moody Police Department


Community Update Sept. 3 - 9, 2014

The following are items of interest for the period spanning September 3 - 9, 2014.
-       B&E on Axford bay between 1630-1745hrs. Access gained via rear basement window. $25,000 in jewelry stolen. PMPD Forensic Section attended. File still under investigation.
-       At 1100hrs a vehicle was broken into at 1st ave / Ioco Rd. The owner had parked to go for a run and his briefcase with documents and a laptop were stolen. Owner had only been away from the vehicle for a short time. Items were recovered in a nearby greenbelt pathway.
-       Front and rear plates with val-tag stolen from Balmoral place
-       Plate and val-tag stolen from vehicle on Bedingfield St
-       A 31 year old female from Surrey was arrested for breaching her probation. Probation stemmed from charges for B&E and Theft. The driver of the vehicle was also arrested for driving while prohibited. The vehicle was impounded.
Missing Person

The Port Moody Police are seeking the public's assistance in locating a missing person.

Meysam MOKRI was last seen leaving his residence at 9pm on September 1, 2014. Meysam told his family he was "going out" and hasn't been heard from since. Meysam does not have access to a vehicle nor does he have many friends in the Lower Mainland.

It is highly unusual that Meysam would not come home or contact his family for this length of time.

Meysam is a 32 year old Middle Eastern male, 5'9" tall and weighs 150lbs with short black hair. A recent photo of Meysam is attached in this email.

Anyone with information regarding Meysam's location is asked to contact the Port Moody Police immediately at 604-461-3456.



Distracted Driving

Throughout September Police will be stepping up enforcement surrounding distracted driving
Did you know:
When you’re distracted, you react slower. Most rear-end crashes resulting in injuries are caused by distracted drivers.
·       You’re four times more likely to crash if you’re on your phone. Leave it alone when you’re on the road.
     Distracted driving is now the second leading cause of car crash fatalities in B.C.
Tips for drivers
·         It can wait. No call or text is so important it’s worth risking your life. Let calls go to voicemail and ignore your text messages while driving.
Accepting Applications

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