Delta Police Pipe Band uniform and bagpipes stolen

Items taken following band's appearance at BC Lions game at BC Place Stadium

A Delta Police Pipe Band uniform similar to this was stolen along with a set of bagpipes from BC Place Stadium Saturday (Sept. 15).

The Vancouver Police Department is investigating the theft of bagpipes and a Delta Police Pipe Band dress uniform from BC Place Stadium on Saturday night (Sept. 15).

According to police, at around 7 p.m. that night a thief stole a large black duffle bag containing bagpipes and a Delta Police Pipe Band dress uniform from a corridor near the East gate at BC Place Stadium following the BC Lions half-time show where the Delta Police Pipe Band was performing.

The suspect is described as a white male, 20 to 25 years old, six-foot-tall, weighing 175 lbs., with brown hair and sideburns. He was wearing all black clothing and a baseball hat.

The suspect was last seen walking out of BC Place Stadium through the East Airlock onto Pacific Blvd.

The items stolen include:

Brooch

Delta Police Pipe Band tartan

Delta Police Pipe Band dress uniform jacket

Feather bonnet

Pipe Band hat

Bagpipes

Anyone with information about the person responsible for this theft or who knows the whereabouts of any of the stolen property is asked to call Vancouver Police at 604-717-3321 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

 

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