The RCMP say they will not give up the search for the Encana Bomber.
Sergeant Tim shields says there are no new advancements to make public, but tips continue to trickle in through the designated tip line.
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Shields says while the volume of tips have decreased since the initial attack, the RCMP have spoken to hundreds of people regarding the investigations.
He says there are still members from the Integrated National Security Enforcement Team in the area, but the Mounties are not making public how many officers are working on the case.
The last bombing occured on January 4th, where the blast ripped through a shed’s wall, which housed a sour gas pipe.
Shields says he is relieved that the bombings in the area have haulted since then.
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Shields says Encana is still offering the 500 thousand dollar reward, in an effort to solve the bombings.
The Mounties public information tip line is…1-866-994-7473 and those wishing to remain anonymous are again reminded they can call the toll free crime stoppers number…1-800-222-8477.
Tips are also being taken on-line at www.dawsoncreekbombings.com