Chilliwack -APRIL 11 UPDATE – One suspect was arrested, while two other’s surrendered to police custody over the weekend as the Chilliwack RCMP move forward in their investigation into the vandalism of Promontory School, reported on March 29.
On April 6, 2018 the first suspect was arrested by police followed on the same evening by the two remaining individuals surrendering to police custody. All were later released from custody by police.
On April 7, 2018 the Crime Reduction Unit (CRU) supported by the Quick Response Team (QRT) and General Duty (GD) executed a Criminal Code search warrant of a residence in the 45000-block of Spruce Drive where police seized property linked to the school.
Crime Prevention and Operational Support (CPOS) officers continue to liaise with school officials as police analyse evidence gathered during the investigation.
The RCMP will be submitting all circumstances of the investigation in a report to the BC Prosecution Service for their assessment of Criminal Code charges for break and enter to commit theft over $5000 and break and enter to commit mischief over $5000.
APRIL 3 UPDATE – Chilliwack RCMP need your help to identify two men in photographs taken by a Promontory Elementary School security camera.
The photographs are linked to a report received by the RCMP at approximately 2AM on March 29, of loud noises coming from the school in the 46000-block of Stoneview Drive.
Anyone with information to this event is urged to contact the Chilliwack RCMP at 604-792-4611 or, should you wish to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).
MARCH 30 ORIGINAL STORY – “And this is where I went to school, Most of the time I had better things to do, Criminal record says I broke in twice, I must of done it half a dozen times” – Photograph – Nickelback
Chilliwack RCMP and the Chilliwack School District continue their investigation of the break an end at Promontory Heights Elementary School.
Courtesy Chilliwack School District
The ransacking of two kitchens was discovered on Thursday morning. The dollar amount of the damage and clean up has not been released, yet the timing is not lost on anyone.
It’s the end of spring break and this was either deliberate, or a dumb prank that someone has to clean up.
Along with the kitchens, one of the toilets was damaged, as were two overhead projectors.
If you have any information, you are asked to call Chilliwack RCMP.