Mounties in Langford say man glued doors of COVID-19 vaccine clinic shut
The West Shore RCMP are investigating after a man reportedly put glue in the door locks of a Langford vaccine clinic.
The incident happened on Sept. 29, when staff at the COVID-19 vaccine clinic at 2945 Jacklin Rd. called police.
Staff reported that a man had glued the locks while the clinic was closed, making entry into the building impossible.
Police say surveillance video from the scene recorded a man who investigators are now looking to speak with.
The man is described as a white man in his 50s, standing 5' 8" tall with a moustache, glasses and a medium build.
He was wearing a beige Tilley-style hat, blue plaid shirt and blue jeans with black and white shoes. He was also wearing a black poncho that is yellow on the inside.
"While we understand that not everyone share the same beliefs during this pandemic, this act of mischief is a criminal offence and will be treated as such," said RCMP Const. Alex Bérubé in a statement Tuesday.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the West Shore RCMP at 250-474-2264.