Lillooet RCMP winter summary
2022-03-28 06:36 PDT
For the period of December 21, 2021 to March 19, 2022 Lillooet RCMP officers attended 563 calls for service, compared to 451 calls during the same period in 2020/2021, and 394 calls in 2019/2020. Please see our Fall 2021 Summary.
It is typical for the Lillooet RCMP to have a lower number of calls for service over the winter versus the other three seasons of the year. Lillooet RCMP are continuing to see a significant increase in file count year over year, for each quarter.
Breakdown of common files for the period December 21, 2021 to March 19, 2022:
- 7x Theft Under $5000
- 0x Theft Over $5000
- 4x Theft from Motor Vehicle
- 0x Theft of Bicycle
- 3x Break and Enter Residence
- 5x Break and Enter Business
- 13x Cause Disturbance
- 38x Suspicious Person or Vehicle
- 11x False 911 calls
- 22x Assault
- 32x Check Well-being
- 5x Missing Person
- 30x False Alarm
- 25x Motor Vehicle Collision
- 6x Intoxicated in Public
Lillooet RCMP continue to be proactive with patrols throughout the community, conducting roadblocks, attending local school functions, conducting curfew and house arrest checks assisting Community Corrections, and assisting other organizations.
Downton Park (also known as Museum Park) continues to be a place of interest for Lillooet RCMP, who actively monitor the park. We understand there are some frustrations in the community about some users of the park space. Lillooet RCMP request the public's assistance in reporting any suspicious or illegal activity.
In case you missed it, some notable files Lillooet RCMP responded to this past winter included:
- One man arrested for Murder on Main St
- Fatal rockslide on Road 40
- One man located arrested for fraud and possession of stolen property
Cst. Andrew HodgesMedia Relations Officer
317 Main St Lillooet BC V0K 1V0
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