Lillooet RCMP October 27 – November 2 2021, Calls for service: 46


2021-11-03 12:03 PDT

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Possession of Stolen Bicycle

On October 27 at 5pm Lillooet RCMP were approached by a bike enthusiast who stated he observed an expensive looking mountain bike that matched one he read about being reported stolen on September 21. The complainant reported the bike being ridden by someone that did not appear to be wealthy enough to own such an expensive bicycle, near the Country Store. Members patrolled the area and located a 43 year-old male well known to Lillooet RCMP pushing an expensive looking mountain bike. Members stopped the male and confirmed the mountain bike to be the stolen one. The male was arrested for possession of property obtained by crime. The owner of the bike was notified and happy to hear his $6000 bike was recovered. The file remains under investigation. Lillooet RCMP would like to extend a thank you to the bike enthusiast for his keen eye and taking the time to pass the tip on to police.

Theft of Dog

On October 28 a female reported that she had located her dog that was reported missing earlier in the week. The female stated she found her dog at a nearby property with its collar removed. Residents at the nearby property stated the dog followed another dog back to their property. The complainant requested no further police action.

Weapon Possession

On October 28 at 10pm a male complainant reported seeing a male in a black hoodie carrying a shotgun or rifle and walking around near the intersection of Main Street and 12th Avenue. A second male on scene also reported seeing a male with a gun. A police K9 unit attended and picked up a track that led to a nearby residence known to police. It was found that there was only a female in the residence. Police were unable to locate anyone with a matching description or anyone with a firearm.

Breach of Peace

On October 30 a female complainant reported that her daughter’s boyfriend was becoming angry and was no longer welcome at the residence. Lillooet RCMP attended and spoke with the daughter who said her boyfriend had been drinking but departed. Police located the boyfriend asleep in a vehicle on the property and woke him to inform him he could not stay there that night. The male went back to the residence and began banging on the door and was subsequently arrested for breach of peace. The male was transported else where for the night and released after being deemed sober and safe to release.

Road check

On October 30 at 10am Lillooet RCMP and Stl’atl’imx Police conducted a road check at the 800 block of Main Street. Approximately 40 vehicles were checked. One violation ticket was issued for no driver’s license under the Motor Vehicle Act. No intoxicated driver’s located.

Litter Leaver

On October 31 at 3:30pm a male complainant reported that every couple of days someone comes and leaves litter on a public bench near his property on Main Street. Police attended a located a box of various items on the bench. The complainant was requested to inform police if a license plate or clear picture of the litter leaver is obtained.

Found Property

On October 31 Lillooet RCMP recovered several found items including a canvas duffle bag, leather coat, hockey gear, rescue style baskets, and a lawn ornament. Owner(s) may claim with detailed description within 90 days. Please reference Lillooet RCMP file 2021-2031.

Theft of Bicycle

On October 31 a female complainant reported her bicycle and a propane tank was stolen from her yard. The bike is described as a black Norco 12 speed with a brown seat. Anyone with any information regarding this incident is requested to contact Lillooet RCMP, please reference Lillooet RCMP file 2021-2033.


On October 31 at 4:30pm a male complainant reported that his credit card was stolen from his bag while he was at the Lillooet Hospital. The complainant reported that he believed a local well known drug user was believed to be the thief but had no further evidence to support that statement. The complainant was able to cancel his credit card before any fraudulent activity.

Attempted theft of auto

On November 1 at 2pm a female complainant reported that someone had unlocked her 1980’s model Ford truck that was parked on Murray St, and attempted to hot-wire her trucks ignition. The ignition was damaged and the vehicle would not start. Forensic Identification Services were unavailable to attend. Anyone with any information regarding this incident is requested to contact Lillooet RCMP, please reference Lillooet RCMP file 2021-2039.

Intoxicated in Public

On November 1 at 5:30pm a male was reported being intoxicated and unable to stand up, passed out on a bench at the Lillooet Rec Centre. Lillooet RCMP and BC Ambulance attended and located the 52 year-old male who was unable to stand on his own. Paramedics checked the male over and cleared him to be lodged in cells. Lillooet RCMP transported the male to cells to safety sober up. The male was released the next morning once sober.

Check Well Being

On November 1 at 6pm a concerned resident reported that a neighbour a few doors down had left his vehicle’s driver door and trunk hatch open since 2pm. Lillooet RCMP and Stl’atl’imx Police attended and entered the residence after several loud door knocks went unanswered. Police searched the residence, locating the owner laying down in his bedroom. The male was shocked to see police, as police were of him, but happy to see he was alive and well. The male had music playing next to his pillow and was unable to hear police knocks. The concerned neighbour was happy to hear the man was OK.

Released by:
Cst Andrew Hodges
Lillooet RCMP
317 Main Street | Lillooet BC | V0K 1V0
Tel: 250-256-4244

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