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Yearly Archives: 2019

Police Search For Sex Offender Wanted For Being Unlawfully At Large

Vancouver Police are asking for the public’s help in locating 29-year-old Jonathan Cardinal, a federal sex offender, after he failed to return to his halfway house in Vancouver on July 2. more »

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VPD informs public about sex offender’s release

Vancouver Police are informing the public that Cameron Eugene Ratelle, a high-risk sex offender who poses a danger to young women, has been released from custody and will be living in the city. Ratelle, 40, is a federal offender who … more »

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VPD confirms city’s sixth homicide of 2019

Vancouver Police are treating the death of long-time businessman John Leslie McIver as a homicide. more »

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VPD identifies victim in city’s fifth homicide

Vancouver Police have identified 33-year-old Vaughan Bradley Lim as the victim in the city’s fifth homicide. more »

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VPD Investigates Suspicious Death On South Side

Vancouver Police are investigating a suspicious sudden death, discovered this morning at a business in a south side neighbourhood. more »

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Vancouver Police Arrest Erratic Driver Who Put Other Drivers And Pedestrians At Risk

Vancouver Police arrested an erratic driver, believed to be impaired, after he drove toward oncoming traffic and pedestrian’s downtown. Fortunately, no one was injured. more »

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VPD Investigates Fifth Homicide of 2019

Vancouver Police are investigating a shooting near Main Street that claimed the life of a man in his 30s last night. more »

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Statement from Vancouver Police Department on report from national inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

The Vancouver Police Department greatly appreciates the stories and courage of the survivors and families of victims who have helped to shape the final report from the national inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. more »

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Vancouver Police Investigate Theft Of Unique Furniture

Vancouver Police are asking for the public’s help to locate two chairs, valued at about $40,000 each, taken during a break-in to a furniture store in Coal Harbour last month. more »

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Rash of scooter thefts leads to VPD warning

Vancouver Police are encouraging scooter and e-bike owners to lock up their rides, after an uptick in thefts across the city this spring. “Warm weather and expensive gas means more people are choosing alternative ways to get around,” says Constable … more »

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