West Shore, B.C. Island District
2016-04-14 09:39 PDT
File # 2016-109
The investigation into the fatal collision that killed Cst. Sarah Beckett in Langford on Tuesday April 5th remains active and on-going. The criminal investigation is being led by the RCMP Island District GIS with assistance from the Saanich Police Department, who are overseeing the collision scene investigation.
As part of the ongoing investigation, police are requesting that any witnesses that have not yet spoken to police, please contact us immediately. Police are seeking witnesses that may have been driving on Peatt Road or in the area of Goldstream Avenue, Langford, B.C. in the early morning hours of Tuesday April 5th between 3:00 a.m. to 4:00 a.m. and may have observed the vehicles involved.
Should you have been in the area or have any information that can assist with our investigation please contact Cst. Kelly Mobbs Island District GIS 250-995-7726 or Crime Stoppers.
Given that this remains an active investigation, no further comment will be provided.
Cpl. Janelle Shoihet, Acting Vancouver Island District MRO
BC RCMP Communications
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