October 17, 2012
Girders stolen in Richmond, B.C.
About $200,000 in construction material has been stolen from a gated compound at Van Horne Way and Great Canadian Way in Richmond, British Columbia.
Blue and yellow launching girders, used in bridge construction, were taken.
Richmond RCMP has determined the material was stolen over three separate incidents between July 1, 2012 and Sept. 4, 2012.
According to an RCMP press release, a witness observed three Caucasian men allegedly taking the materials.
The theft of the girders may be associated with a green GMC or Chevrolet pick up truck and a white Ford “flat deck” truck.
The stolen material are launching girders, and each stolen piece is yellow or blue and marked with the following designations: one item is marked B401, three items are marked L49 C4101-2101, two items are marked L49 C2001, 14 items are marked D2001, 10 items are marked D701, one item is marked G, and two items are marked E1201.
To report information about the incident or person(s) involved contact Cst. Jennifer Chow, Richmond RCMP, at 604-278-1212 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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