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Source Feed: CBC News - Canada
Publication Date: February 12, 2024 - 21:01

RCMP investigating church fire, stolen vehicle in B.C. Interior

February 12, 2024
Police say multiple charges have been laid against a man who is alleged to have made death threats, stolen a black Jeep Cherokee, and subsequently hit a police vehicle with it while attempting to flee.


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