Campbell River RCMP are looking for whoever dumped this household and building trash in the driveway of a patio home at 595 Evergreen Road and Dogwood Street on Thursday, May 14. Campbell River Crime Stoppers photo

Building trash dumped on Campbell River driveway

Perpetrator in black and white truck then fled the patio home scene

Police are investigating after a load of trash was dumped on a residential driveway in Campbell River.

Somebody illegally dumped a large amount of old home materials in a driveway near Evergreen Road and Dogwood Street around 1 a.m. on May 14, then fled in their truck on Evergreen Road.

The truck, reported leaving westbound from the patio development on Evergreen Road, is described as having a white cab and black dump box and may be a one-ton dually.

If you happened to witness this event and /or have more information that police could use in their investigations as to the person(s) responsible, contact CrimeStoppers by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit a tip online.

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