EnCana appealing to Bomber to call off attacks

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The pipeline company that’s been the target of bombings in the South peace is appealing to the bomber to call off the attacks.
Three Encana Corporation sites were hit by bombs in October and spokesman Mike McAllister is asking the bomber to stop, and instead talk to the company through a dedicated phone line…250-784-4051…

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Meanwhile, police have released video surveillance of eight people who mailed letters in Dawson Creek on October 7th, saying one of them may have sent a threatening letter to oil and gas companies just days before the bombings began…
RCMP Sergeant Tim Shields spoke yesterday at the same new briefing a Mr. McAllister….

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The Mounties still believe the attacker may be a local resident with a grudge against the company and may have access to explosives and the knowledge to use them.

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