Princeton RCMP hope video will help identify suspects

RCMP are seeking the public’s help to find a couple who broke into a property on Princeton Summerland Road September 1.

And they are hoping a video of the suspects will do the trick.

Homeowners were notified of prowlers via their electronic security system.

“There were two suspects, one male and one female, observed on the property and they appeared to be casing the buildings,” said Corporal Chad Parsons.

A large steel container was broken into, but the would-be thieves left empty-handed, he said. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 250-295-6911.

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