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Mischief in Cumberland

RCMP in Cumberland are investigating a mischief case - file photo
RCMP in Cumberland are investigating a mischief case
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The police are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying two persons responsible for the destruction of two plate glass windows in the town of Cumberland.

On the morning of May 7th police were called by the owner of the Caffeeclars coffee shop located at 3273 Third street in Cumberland to say that he witnessed two people running away from the coffee shop after discovering the broken windows. The two were last seen running East on Penrith avenue. One of the persons was dressed in dark clothing and the second person was dressed in a “Lumberjack “style coat and had tan colored pants on.

If you have any information on this crime you are asked to contact Cst. R. Wheaton at the Comox Valley RCMP, 250-338-1321 or you can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

 

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