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Thief makes off with sales terminal in Harrison

RCMP are looking for information about a break and enter that took place in Harrison Hot Springs.

Someone broke into a business on Esplanade on the evening of Oct. 22. Once inside, the suspect stole the business' sales terminal. If anyone witnessed anything suspicious downtown Harrison that night, they are asked to all the Agassiz detachment at 604-796-2211, or Crimestoppers.

Trafficking charge

During the evening of Oct. 28, an Agassiz RCMP member stopped a vehicle on Yale Avenue for speeding. During the vehicle stop, a large amount of marijuana was located, along with crystal meth, cocaine and heroin. The driver is facing a charge of possession for the purpose of trafficking and was released for court at a later date.

Lost control

The Agassiz RCMP attended a single vehicle accident on Lougheed Highway at Kennedy Road on Oct. 29 at about 7:30 a.m. The driver lost control on the wet pavement which led to the vehicle flipping onto its roof, RCMP said. The lone occupant of the vehicle was not seriously injured. Sgt. Stuart Falebrinza would like to remind the public to slow down and drive according to road conditions.

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