A male suspect is wanted in connection with a sexual assault that was reported at a party in Emerald last week, police said.
On Jan. 3, police were notified of the alleged assault, which is said to have occurred at approximately 4 a.m. at a New Year’s Eve party in the 9200 block of Pine Tree Lane.
The suspect is described as Caucasian, six-feet tall, 200 pounds, with a light beard and short brown hair. He also reportedly spoke with an British accent, police said.
Anyone with relevant information is asked to contact Whistler RCMP at 604-932-3044 or Sea to Sky Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Whistler woman says her drink was spiked on New Year’s Eve
A local woman believes she was drugged while ringing in the New Year at a Creekside bar.
On Jan. 2, Whistler RCMP received a report from the female stating that her drink may have been spiked while she left it unattended. She told police her intoxication level was “inconsistent with the amount of liquor that she consumed,” according to a release.
The woman was eventually ushered home by friends who were able to care for her.
Mounties are reminding members of the public to “never leave their drinks unattended, do not take a drink that you did not see poured or opened in front of you and to stay with friends and watch out for each other.”
Break-and-enter reported at Whistler home
Police are following up on a report this week of a break and enter to a residence near the Whistler Golf Club.
The incident reportedly took place at a home located in the 6100 block of Eagle Ridge Crescent, police said. It is thought that the break-and-enter occurred sometime between noon and 4 p.m. on Jan. 8.
The investigation is ongoing.
Couple poaches hot tub, damages it
A couple’s late-night romp ended in damage to a stranger’s hot tub last week, police said.
On Jan. 3, a caller notified police that at approximately 3 a.m. on New Year’s Day, an unknown male and female snuck onto the Northlands Boulevard property to take a dip in the hot tub, resulting in damage to the tub and a nearby gate.
If anyone has any information on the incident, they’re asked to call the Whistler RCMP detachment or Sea to Sky Crime Stoppers.
Skis reported stolen from outside village business
Police are asking the public to be on the lookout for a pair of skis that were reportedly stolen near a village business last week.
On Jan. 3, Whistler RCMP was tipped off to the theft from outside a business in the 4100 block of Springs Lane. The caller said the incident occurred sometime around 11 a.m. on Dec. 28. It’s unclear why the complainant waited nearly a week to report the theft.
The skis are described as limited edition Atomic B5 carver skis, gold, brown and black in colour, and 164 centimetres in size.
The public is advised to relay any relevant information to the Whistler RCMP or Sea to Sky Crime Stoppers.