Youth Robbed of Bike
Prince George, B.C. – Mounties are on the lookout for two suspects following the theft of a bicycle in the park at Heritage Elementary School on Anderson Street yesterday.
Prince George RCMP Cpl. Craig Douglass says it happened at around 8:30 p.m. He says a youth male was with friends in the park when a male and female approached them.
“The victim was shown what he believed to be a handgun. The male suspect rode off with the bike. The female fled the area.”
Douglass described the male suspect as:
- First Nations
- Six feet tall
- Thin build
- Short brown hair with a short beard
- Wearing a black hoodie with a red dragon logo on it, blue jeans and was carrying a camouflage backpack
The female suspect is described as:
- Five feet six
- Thin build
- Tattoo of a sunflower on her upper right arm
- Wearing a braided blonde wig with a black flower in it, short black shorts and was carrying a large brown purse
The bike is described as a lime green GT Avalanche mountain bike with front shocks, hydraulic disk brakes and a Ruckus sticker on it and bearing serial number is CM15M534264. It’s valued at $600.
Since June 19, 10 bikes have been stolen from the area bounded by Fifth Avenue, Foothills Boulevard and Ospika Boulevard.
Only three have been recovered and only one was registered with 529 Garage. The registered bike was one of the three recovered.
Anyone with information is asked to call police or Crime Stoppers.