Mission RCMP Seeks Public Assistance in Hit & Run of 80 Year Old Cyclist


2017-09-01 13:11 PDT

File # File 2017-10290

Mission, BC: Shortly before noon, on August 30th, 2017 the Mission RCMP responded to an incident near the 9100 block of Manzer Street, for an 80 year old female cyclist involved in a hit and run.

Police were advised by the victim that she was cycling with two friends before being struck by an unknown black pick-up truck which then fled from the scene. Two other vehicles were reported to have been in the area during the incident: a large dump-trunk; and a motorist that stopped to call EHS.  The cyclist was treated on scene for minor injuries.

Police are seeking the assistance of the operator of the dump-truck and assisting motorist or anyone else that may have information pertaining to this incident to contact the Mission RCMP non-emergency line 604-826-7161 or Crime Stoppers 1-888-222-8477 to remain anonymous.

Released by

Cst. James Mason

Media Relations Officer
Mission Detachment
7171 Oliver St, Mission, BC, V2V 6H2
Office: 604-820-3566
Cell: 604-316-0458

Email: james.mason@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

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