RCMP REPORT: Seniors Boot Camp at Berwick seniors centre

Come one come all to the first Seniors Boot Camp being held at the Berwick seniors centre from Oct. 6-8. This will not be a physical course but more information sessions on a variety of subjects wanted and needed by seniors.

There will be a requirement for signing up for this camp and there will be limited space so keep your eyes peeled for future information advertisements.

Missing hiker found

On June 14 police were called about a missing hiker in the Mount Ginger area while on a hike with other hikers. The Comox Valley ground search and rescue was called. The missing hiker was located two hours after the initial call and was reported to have a broken wrist.

Safes swiped

 

Police attended a report of a break, enter and theft to a business on the 2800 block of Cliffe Avenue in Courtenay during the early morning hours of June 15. The thieves stole two safes and keys to service vehicles.

 

 

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