It’s the kind of sight that RCMP Cpl. Scotty Schumann says he’d expect to see in a third world country. Not at 64th Avenue and 181st Street in Surrey, which is precisely where a trailer spotting a dolly in place of its left wheels was spotted on Thursday morning. From looking at the picture, which shows a trailer full of work equipment about to make a left turn, Schumann — who previously worked in a traffic unit — identified “many offences” under the Motor Vehicle Act.
The Vancouver Police Department (VPD) has issued a public warning after a sex assault that took place near the Nanaimo SkyTrain station in East Vancouver on Wednesday night. Police believe the attack may be linked to another one that happened at Victoria Drive and East 64th Avenue on Oct. 29. READ MORE: Police looking for suspect after woman sexually assaulted in East VancouverThe latest incident happened after a young woman exited the SkyTrain at Nanaimo station, the VPD said in a news release.
‘Absolutely unbelievable’: Surrey RCMP seek driver who used dolly to prop up a trailer
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