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If the crime you are reporting is an emergency, call 911.
If the crime you are reporting is not an emergency, you can call the non-emergency line at 604-525-5411 or attend our Front Counter at 555 Columbia Street, New Westminster, BC.
On Wednesday March 30th at approximately 1600 Hours, a teenaged female was walking in the area of Ross Drive and Royal Avenue when she was assaulted by an unknown male. The victim reports that as she walked along the sidewalk the suspect approached her, grabbed the sweater that was around her waist and tried to […]
The New Westminster Police are investigating an incident that occurred on Tuesday March 22nd in Moody Park. It is reported that at approximately 1300 Hours, the victim, a young teen female, was with her daycare group playing games near the parks south east corner when she observed a male sitting near others in the picnic […]
New Westminster has experienced an increase in reports of thefts of catalytic converters recently. In fact, nine cases have been reported to us in the past two months. Most noteworthy, seven of the victim vehicles are Toyota 4Runners. The other two are; Mazda MPV and, a Toyota Tacoma. Why do thieves steal catalytic converters? Because […]
On March 21st at 2219 Hours, the New Westminster Police received a 9-1-1- call from the owner of a vehicle advising that an unknown person had just stolen his Dodge pickup truck from his residence in the Six-Hundred Block of Twelfth Street . Furthermore, the owner’s son had been following the stolen truck in another […]
Police investigators are releasing the attached photographs that depict an item that was stolen during the recent break and enters in the Queensborough area. The pictures portray the very distinctive HSBC (Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation) gold plated $ 1000 HK bill which is housed in clear plastic display case. This is a very […]
In the past three months, the Queensborough area has experienced an increase in the number of residential break and enters. Investigations have indicated that there may be as high as nine break-ins within a three month period. The break and enters are being investigated by our Patrol and, Major Crime investigators. We do not currently […]