Police seek info on Seeley Lake break-in

New Hazelton RCMP are seeking information from the public on a break-in at the Seeley Lake compound.

New Hazelton RCMP responded to 91 calls between July 30-August 5.


July 30 — An upstairs office space was broken into overnight on the 4300 block of Field Street in Hazelton. Entry was made through a window.

July 30 — Coin dispensers at the ‘Ksan campground were vandalized overnight.

August 2 — At 8 a.m. police responded to a report that five people described as aboriginal males had allegedly broken to the Seeley Lake secure compound and damaged several vehicles. One of the men was reportedly wearing a black “Sons of Anarchy” hoodie. Police are seeking information from the public.

August 2 – RCMP were conducting a checkstop near Hagwilget when the driver of a Ford SUV was checked. Signs of impairment were observed and a roadside screening device was used. The driver blew a ‘fail’ and was suspended from driving for 90 days, issued a fine and had the vehicle impounded for 30 days. A small amount of a controlled substance was also seized.


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