Recent News

April is Auto Crime Enforcement Month across BC and the Chilliwack RCMP are warning criminals that police bait vehicles containing bait property are parked throughout the community.

A bait car lasted only two hours on the streets of south Nanaimo before two men were on the hook with law enforcement.

It’s never good having your stuff stolen, but when it comes to auto crimes, there’s a lot you can do make sure it doesn’t happen to you.

This year’s most wanted auto crime offenders in British Columbia have been announced.

This year, the Integrated Municipal Provincial Auto Crime Team (IMPACT), the Province of British Columbia, and ICBC are asking vehicle owners not to tempt criminals to break into your vehicle. The theme of “LOCK IT OR LOOTED” suggests that if owners are not locking their vehicle doors, they are susceptible to crimes of opportunity.

An auto thief has been arrested in Chilliwack, British Columbia.

The RCMP needs your help within identifying a Bait Car suspect.

The St. Albert RCMP is warning vehicle owners to lock idling vehicles after three vehicles were stolen within an hour and a half.

Car thieves were apprehended in Kelowna.

A man attempted to use a Bait car to collect other stolen property.