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Abbotsford Police Counterattack campaign begins

The Abbotsford Police Department launches its winter Counterattack campaign this weekend (Dec. 3 and 4).

Teams of officers will begin working day and night shifts during the week and on weekends to target impaired drivers. The campaign runs throughout December and into early January.

Const. Ian MacDonald said police will target busy traffic routes, as well as back roads leading to neighbouring communities.

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