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Category: Investigation

Suspected Impaired Driver Linked To Surrey Crash

A Detective from New Westminster Police Major Crime Section was in Queens Park on Sunday just after mid day when he observed a Nissan pulling in to the parking lot. The Nissans front end was severely damaged and the front wheel was running on metal against the pavement. The Detective approached the driver to investigate […]

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Forcible Confinement, Robbery, Assault With Weapon

The New Westminster Police are investigating a violent “home invasion” during which 3 suspects broke into a residence in New Westminster and forcible confined a male victim. A female in her teens and a One-year old child were present during the event but were unharmed. The suspects stole a number of valuable coins and precious […]

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Sudden Death – Death Of A Child

Police investigators continue to conduct interviews in this tragic incident. A police statement will be released at the conclusion of the investigation. Our Victim Assistance Unit continues to work with the child’s family and friends. Our police organization is profoundly saddened by the loss of this child.

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New Westminster Police Investigating The Death Of A Small Child

The New Westminster Police Service is investigating the death of a small child. It is early on in the investigation and all indications are that this death was an accident. Police resources are currently working to determine what occurred. Our victim assistance unit is with the family at this time offering support. Police would like […]

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Update To Sudden Death Investigation

To update the earlier news release regarding the body found on South Dyke Road at Jardine Street in Queensborough, New Westminster. The deceased male has been identified as Brian JOHANSEN of New Westminster; the investigation is ongoing but an autopsy performed yesterday has not determined the cause of death. At this time, there is no […]

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Male Found Deceased In A New Westminster Apartment Building, Foul Play Suspected.

On December 18, 2010 at approximately 1140 PM New Westminster Police Service received a 911 call regarding a male in medical distress. Upon police arrival a deceased male was located inside a suite at 140 6th Street. The scene was secured for New Westminster Forensic Investigation Section and the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team to arrive […]

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New Westminster Police Execute Two Search Warrants

On December 2, 2010, the New Westminster Police Service executed search warrants on two separate suites inside of 1210 Cameron Street, New Westminster. The warrants were the result of a 6-week long project that was conducted by members of the Street Crime Unit. The project was launched after numerous citizen complaints were received regarding drug […]

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Male Suffering Gunshot Wound

Update: The victim is a Thirty-Four year old New Westminster resident. The victim remains in hospital following surgery and is expected to recover from his injuries. Police investigators continue examining the evidence and interviewing potential witnesses.     At approximately 1830 Hours, the New Westminster police received a 9-1-1 call reporting that a male had been […]

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Shots Fired

On August 26, 2010 at approximately 3:20 A.M., the New Westminster Police Service received numerous 9-1-1 calls regarding the sound of gunshot fire in the Twenty-One Hundred Block of Dublin Street. Police officers immediately attended the area and cordoned off the surrounding streets. At scene, officers confirmed that a residence and a vehicle had been […]

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New Westminster Police To Conduct Investigation On Behalf Of Vancouver Police

The New Westminster Police have been requested by the Vancouver Police Department to conduct an investigation into the actions of a VPD constable who pushed a woman on Hasting Street, along with the actions of the two constables who accompanied him. The Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner has also been advised that the New […]

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