B.C. Freeway Patrol search witnesses of North Vancouver hit-and-run with police car


B.C. Freeway Patrol is looking for any witnesses of a hit-and-run in North Vancouver that concerned harm to 2 cars, together with a police automotive.

Round 9:20 p.m. on August 30, a Fraser Coast Built-in Highway Protection Unit (FC IRSU) officer had stopped with a car that were heading east on Freeway 1 close to the Mountain Freeway off-ramp in North Vancouver.

Because the officer used to be finishing some bureaucracy, a car handed through and sideswiped the police automotive, which led to harm to each cars. The officer remained unhurt.

Even if the motive force of the passing car hit the brakes (as indicated through the brake lighting) straight away after the have an effect on, the car then persevered on. The car used to be closing noticed heading for the 2d Narrows Bridge.   

The suspect car is a 2016 or more moderen white Honda HRV, and sustained some harm: the passenger aspect reflect used to be broken, and the housing used to be recovered from the scene.

Sadly, the registration number plate wasn’t bought.

Someone with knowledge, together with any dashcam photos, is requested to touch FC IRSU at 604-539-2729 or, to stay nameless, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Video of North Vancouver hit-and-run involving police car on August 30, 2021

Fraser Coast Built-in Highway Protection Unit

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