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RCMP investigate report of home invasion in McLure

 

On Friday, Feb. 7, at approximately 6:45 a.m., Barriere RCMP responded to a report of a home invasion in progress at a residence on McLure Ferry Rd, in McLure.
The home invasion reportedly involved four persons and a firearm.
Barriere RCMP members and police from Kamloops and Clearwater Detachment areas responded. The residence was contained, and communication with the occupants and victims was established.
Police removed all occupants from the house and identified them. This resulted in the arrest of two persons for matters unrelated to the home invasion. The two adults arrested were to appear before in court on Friday afternoon.
Barriere RCMP are still investigating the incident but do not believe that there is a danger to the public in this matter.

 

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