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Police Seek Suspect in Drone Theft

Thursday, March 9, 2017 @ 4:00 PM

Prince George, B.C.-  Prince George RCMP are asking for the  public’s help in identifying a  suspect  in  the theft of  two  drones.

Two  “unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs),  were stolen from an electronics store  on Southride Avenue in early January.

The two  DJI Phantom drones are valued at more than $2200.

Although surveillance video  has provided an image of  a suspect,  RCMP have not been able to identify him, and are hoping  a member of the public can put a  name to the face.

The suspect ( shown in image at right) is described as:

  • Caucasian male
  • Approximately 60 year old
  • Fair complexion
  • Medium build

Anyone with information  about the theft or the suspect  is asked to contact Prince George RCMP at 250-561-3300 or  Crime Stoppers at  1 800-222-8477



This is a worrying trend for security agencies and police. They can be used to transport all sorts of contraband, drugs, surveillance during criminal activities. They can also used as a weapon by terrorists delivering explosives to a target.

They are very difficult to defend against.

    Just like planes, trains and automobiles.

    Just wow, what a Lib you sound like.

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They can even fly under your bed with a battery powered chainsaw . It’s over . First arrows , now this .

“Drone Wars” now there is a tv show to watch

There is a DJ Phantom for sale on a PG Facebook for sale site right now

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