Update: Suspect in feces-smearing incident turns himself in

Police are looking for a man after human feces smeared on vehicle at Kamloops hospital

  • Jan. 11, 2018 6:30 a.m.

Do you know this man? He is being sought in connection with a smelly crime in the parkade at Royal Inland Hospital.

– Kamloops This Week

UPDATE: 1 p.m.

Kamloops RCMP Cpl. Jodi Shelkie said the man wanted in connection to a feces-smearing incident in the parkade at Royal Inland Hospital has turned himself in to Mounties.

The suspect, who was captured on security cameras wiping human feces on a vehicle parked on the third level of the hospital parkade, surrendered to police on Thursday morning.

Shelkie said the man was released with a future court date. She said police are recommending a charge of mischief.

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ORIGINAL:

Kamloops Mounties are on the hunt for a dung despoiler with a copromania bent after a woman’s vehicle was smeared with human feces.

The ordure offence occurred on Tuesday, Jan, 2, at 8:25 a.m. on the third level of the parkade at Royal Inland Hospital.

A woman returned to her vehicle to find the smelly substance smeared along her windshield and driver’s-side window.

According to Crime Stoppers, the woman has no idea why someone would target her in such a grotesque manner.

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