RCMP are looking for suspects who damaged the road in Krestova.

New paving damaged in Krestova

A vehicle spinning its tires on fresh asphalt has damaged new paving in the Krestova area.

A vehicle spinning its tires on fresh asphalt has damaged new paving in the Krestova area.

On July 9, the Ministry of Transportation and the RDCK reported the incident to RCMP.

Walter Popoff, RDCK director was upset about the damage.

“The regional district has worked very long and hard on getting this project approved and it is very upsetting to see mischief occurring,” he said.

Together with the RDCK, Nelson RCMP are asking for the public’s cooperation in protecting this huge investment into the Krestova area.

Police are asking anyone who witnessed a vehicle damaging the new pavement call RCMP or CRIME STOPPERS.


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