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Gas siphoned in Agassiz

Agassiz RCMP say someone stole gas from a parked vehicle on the night of November 16. The vehicle was parked on Canterbury Drive in Agassiz.

And on Nov. 17, a vehicle was broken into while parked on Pioneer Avenue in Agassiz.  There was minor damage to the vehicle as a result of the theft.

They also report that an Agassiz resident has been the victim of fraud, totaling $500 to date. Someone set up a fraudulent cell phone account in the person's name, using their social insurance number to create an online account.

Anyone with information is asked to call the RCMP at 604-796-2211.

 

 

 

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