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Quiet Christmas for Richmond Mounties

With all of the Lower Mainland ablaze with gunfire and violence, locals may be wondering if Richmond’s next.

That remains to be seen, but Christmas Eve and Christmas Day were “exceptionally quiet” for Richmond Mounties, according to spokesperson Sgt. Roger Morrow.

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