The live tweets will give our citizens a glimpse of some of the investigations and calls for service their police service are involved in

Follow Ridge RCMP on a tweet-a-long

Tweets will capture adventures of Pitt Meadows Day.

  • Jun. 5, 2014 1:00 p.m.

Get a view of life as a Ridge Meadows RCMP officer Saturday by following along as members tweet out calls.

The detachment’s “Tweet-A-Long” will capture adventures of the day and night shift, as well as events during Pitt Meadows Day.

“The live tweets will give our citizens a glimpse of some of the investigations and calls for service their police service are involved in, ” said Supt. Dave Fleugel.

• Twitter: @RidgeRCMP.

• Facebook: www.facebook.com/sgt.good.will.

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