Suspects identified in Tumbler Ridge Community Centre vandalism, break-ins

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Four young males have admitted to breaking picnic tables and uprooting trees at the skate park and will now be part of the Youth Community Justice Program.

Two adult males have been arrested and have admitted damaging the day care van and another female youth is being questioned about her involvement.

Two males and a female have admitted to RCMP about breaking in to the Community Centre and using the pool and sauna by entering through an unsecured door on August 24. The two adult males will take part in community service, and police recommend the female take part in the Youth Community Justice Program.

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RCMP are still looking for three males that broke into the Community Centre on August 17 and damaged change room doors and pushed a wheelchair into the pool. If you have any information about these incidents contact the Tumbler Ridge RCMP Detachment at 250-242-5252 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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