Apartment Bear Spray Incident

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By Energeticcity.ca Staff

The local RCMP is looking for three men in connection with an alleged bear spraying incident early this morning at a city apartment complex.

 

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It’s located at 8507 86th street and the suspect males sprayed what appears to have been bear spray on a closed apartment door.

A police report says the entire building was affected by the spray and the BC Ambulance Service and the Fire Department provided assistance in clearing the air.

Nobody had direct contamination, although one person was treated by paramedics after experiencing shortness of breath.

The suspects may have fled the scene in a grey extended cab pick-up, spotted leaving the apartment complex shortly after the incident.

However, police have not yet been able to confirm that and they’re looking for public assistance in identifying the trio.

They have little to go on, in terms of their description, other than the fact that one was about 5 feet eight inches tall and the other two approximately six feet.

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