RCMP request assistance

Nootka Sound RCMP

File 2018-78

 

The Nootka Sound RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance with locating the person or persons responsible for an arson which occurred at the Nimpkish Park at around 6 P.M. on Monday evening.  The Gold River Fire Department responded to a fire to a porta potty which suffered extensive damage and is considered a complete loss.  The matter is being investigated as an arson due to evidence located at the scene and no power supply to the unit.  If you noticed anyone suspicious in the area between 5P.M. and 6 P.M. or have any information regarding this crime please contact the Nootka Sound RCMP at 250-283-2227 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Cst.D.R.(Ryan) WALKER

Nootka Sound RCMP

Media Relations Officer

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RCMP Media Release

Media Release

 

2018-01-28

The Nootka Sound RCMP is continuing to ask for the assistance in the disappearance of Daniel Lockhart.  Mr.Lockhart was last seen in the area of Burman Court and Scout Lake Road on January 6th, 2018 around 11:00 a.m.  An extensive air and ground search has not led to any leads as to the whereabouts of Mr.Lockhart.  If you have any information to the possible whereabouts of Mr.Lockhart and have not contacted the Nootka Sound RCMP to date please do so at 250-283-2227.

 

Cst.D.R.(Ryan)Walker

Nootka Sound RCMP

Media Relations Officer

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RCMP requesting assistance



The Nootka Sound RCMP are requesting the assistance of people in the community in locating Daniel Lockhart.  Mr. Lockhart was last seen in the area of Donner Dr in Gold River around 11:00 a.m. on January 6th, 2018.  He is a Caucasian male, 61 years of age with greying beard and longer hair.  He may be wearing a checkered jacket and jeans.  Police are concerned for Mr. Lockhart’s welfare.  If you see Mr. Lockhart or know where he is, please contact the Nootka Sound RCMP at 250-283-2227 immediately.

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RCMP Warn & Educate On Ransomware Attacks

In light of the recent Ransomware attacks that are happening globally, the RCMP would like to circulate the following Ransomware Bulletin to educate and inform people who may not be aware of such attacks so that they can inform and protect themselves.
Cst. D.R.(Ryan) Walker

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911 Systems Down

Update: I’ve just had a call from the RCMP saying that everything is back up and working again. I haven’t tested the 911 system or called long distance but I’ll take his word for it.
Update: If you have an emergency and require 911, please phone the 283-2227 RCMP office #. The dispatch call-through to Comox is not working. The RCMP have someone at the office who will answer the main phone and help you. Doors are also open if required, but please phone 250-283-2227 first.
We have been advised that the 911 systems in Gold River are currently down. Local calls seem to be working so if police assistance is required please contact the non emergency line 250-283-2227 and a prompt will direct you to a dispatcher. Telus is aware of the issue. Thanks.
Cst.D.R.(Ryan)Walker
Nootka Sound RCMP
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