RCMP are seeking the public’s help in identifying suspects involved with keying cars in Castlegar (Black Press Media files)

RCMP seek public’s help in identifying suspects responsible for keying cars in Castlegar

At least three cars have been keyed in north Castlegar in the last 24 hours

Castlegar RCMP are seeking your help in identifying suspects involved with keying three cars overnight on Tuesday, May 26 in north Castlegar.

RCMP said three cars were keyed along 8th Street at two different houses. While the times of the incidents couldn’t be confirmed, the car owners discovered their cars had been vandalized early the next day.

An online video posted by resident Drew Stalker appears to show two people keying his car that was parked on the street in front of his house near the Castlegar and District Community Health Centre. It’s unknown if this incident is connected to the other keying incidents.

If you have any information on the incidents contact Castlegar RCMP.

Three vandalism incidents were also reported over a two-day period in Rossland earlier this month.

READ MORE: Rossland teen heartbroken after thieves poison his beehive


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