RCMP looking to name two suspects in another break-in

first_imgAnyone with information in regards to the break and enter or who can identify either of the two suspects is asked to contact the Fort St. John RCMP detachment at 250-787-8140 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Photo:  The RCMP have released these photos of one female suspect and one male suspect – RCMP handout- Advertisement – Fort St. John RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance to identify two people who are suspected of breaking into a home and later using a stolen credit card.RCMP officials say a residence on 103 Ave. near 107 St. was broken into early in the morning on Nov. 13.They say an unknown number of suspects broke into the home through a front basement window between 4 and 5 a.m. when the homeowners were not at the residence.The suspects stole two handguns with ammunition, cash, credit cards, and other personal items. A 2008 Honda Ridgeline was also stolen and later recovered on 101 Ave. at 109 St.Police say the suspects have used one of the stolen credit cards at different businesses in the area.Advertisementlast_img read more

DONEGAL’S DEFENSIVE STRATEGY FINALLY RUNS OUT OF STEAM AS DUBLIN MARCH ON

first_imgThe roll of the dice didn’t fall for Donegal at Croke Park this afternoon.Jim McGuinness gambled again with a packed defence hoping to hit Dublin on the break.And for long spells it looked like Donegal had done enough as they eased three points ahead early in the second half. A low-scoring encounter finally went Dublin’s way, strangely after they lost full forward Diarmuid Connolly to a straight red card on 57 minutes.The Dubs managed just two points from play a testament to some tremendous defending especially from Neil Magee who kept Dublin’s ace marksman Bernard Brogan in his pocket for long spells.The game was almost nine minutes old when Colm McFadden treated a packed crowd of 81,436 to the first score, from a free.But it was McFadden’s careless pass which gave Bernard Brogan the opportunity to go one-on-one with ‘keeper Paul Durcan, but the Dublin attacker sent his shot zipping wide at the far post. The Dublin attackers were never allowed an inch of space by a Donegal defence which suffocated its opponents with strength of numbers and intense pressure on the man in possession.But after packing their defence, Donegal also found it difficult to make progress with Colm McFadden doing his best but was constantly snuffed out too easily.Captain Michael Murphy played too deep and constantly found himself losing possession as he tried to chip away at openings.Donegal finished with a couple of excellent points from play, a long distance Kevin Cassidy special and a delightful McFadden slice.It was 0-4 to 0-2 in favour of the Ulster champions at the interval, and they had a glorious goal chance immediately after the restart when McFadden broke clear, but he blazed his shot over the bar. Goalkeeper Stephen Cluxton landed a Dublin free, his ninth score of the championship, but McFadden restored the Ulster champions’ three points advantage with another superb effort from play.Defences were still very much on top, but the introduction of Kevin McManamon was a major plus for Dublin, his strong running exposing some weaknesses in a Donegal rearguard unit which had lost key man Karl Lacey through injury.A Cluxton ’45 had just narrowed the gap to a point when Connolly was sent off for striking out at Marty Boyle, but that setback appeared to lift Pat Gilroy’s side.They pushed on and scored the final three points of the game, McManamon bringing his side level, before Bryan Cullen and Brogan hammered home the final nails. Dublin: S Cluxton (0-2, 1f, 1 ’45), C O’Sullivan, R O’Carroll, M Fitzsimons, J McCarthy, G Brennan, K Nolan, D Bastick, MD Macauley, P Flynn, B Cahill, B Cullen (0-1), A Brogan, D Connolly, B Brogan (0-4, 4f).Subs: P McMahon for O’Carroll, K McManamon (0-1) for Cahill, E O’Gara for McCarthy, E Fennell for Bastick, Ross McCarroll for FlyhbnnDonegal: P Durcan, E McGee, N McGee, F McGlynn, A Thompson, K Lacey, K Cassidy (0-1), R Kavanagh, N Gallagher, M McHugh, D Walsh, R Bradley (0-1), C Toye, M Murphy, C McFadden (0-4, 2f).Subs: M Hegarty for Toye, M Boyle for Lacey, M McElhinney for Hegarty, P McBrearty for WalshReferee: M Deegan (Laois).DONEGAL’S DEFENSIVE STRATEGY FINALLY RUNS OUT OF STEAM AS DUBLIN MARCH ON was last modified: August 28th, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:donegalDublin All Ireland semi-finallast_img read more