Crushing crime in British Columbia

With the press of a button and the crunch of metal and glass, a former gang vehicle was taken out of commission and off of BC’s roads – delivering on the Province’s commitment to crime reduction and public safety.

The all-clear signal was given today at ABC Recycling, a junkyard in Burnaby, for a car crusher to turn a purple 1997 Ford Explorer into a heap of scrap. The SUV, once involved in gang-related crime, was destroyed in the latest example of the work BC’s Civil Forfeiture Office (CFO) and its public safety partners do to take the instruments of violent crime out of British Columbia’s communities.

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