Man brawls with burglar and vandals attack school

Kitimat City High is vandalized on May 5 and on May 8 a man fights with a burglar on his lawn.

On May 5, Kitimat RCMP were called to Kitimat City High on reports that youth were damaging the property.

When police arrived they found not youth but discovered paint cans had been tossed against the walls, a picnic table was destroyed and numerous kids playground equipment was pushed over.

Kitimat RCMP have not identified any suspects and are seeking the public’s help in finding the persons responsible.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the RCMP at 250-632-7111. You can remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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Early on May 8 the police attended to a break and enter in progress on Chilko Street and found the homeowner fighting with a male youth on the front yard.

The youth was quickly arrested and the RCMP are now asking for information relating to this incident, and would like to know if you’ve been the victim of a break and enter.

As of now the male is being detained at the RCMP detachment and may face charges of break and enter, possession of stolen property, possession of break in instruments, assault and resisting arrest.

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