RCMP investigating break and enter at Maple Park Mall

Suspects made away with cash from an ATM on Dec. 11

Quesnel RCMP are investigating a break and enter that occured Dec. 11.

Local RCMP were called to Maple Park Mall after calls of a break and enter on Monday.

In a press release, RCMP said suspects had entered the mall and targeted several businesses as well as a standalone ATM. They individuals were successful in their break in of the ATM and took an undislosed amount of cash.

Quesnel RCMP investigators and the Williams Lake RCMP Forensic Identification Unit conducted a forensic analysis of the crime scene. The investigation is ongoing.

RCMP is asking that anyone who witnessed suspicious behaviour near Maple Park Mall between Dec. 10 at 9 p.m. and Dec. 11 at 8 a.m. call the local detachment.

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