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Media Release July 2-8, 2018

On July 2nd, 2018, Oak Bay Police received a report of Graffiti in the 1200 block of Roslyn Rd.  Oak Bay Police are actively investigating the issue of graffiti in the Municipality.

Overnight on July 2nd, an unlocked vehicle was entered in the 2000 block of Neil St.  A laptop was stolen from the vehicle.

Between July 2nd and July 4th, 2018, a bike was stolen from the 1400 block of St Patrick St.  The bike is described as a grey Ironhorse Maverick with a basket on the back.

On July 4th, 2018, the Oak Bay Police attended a two vehicle collision at the intersection of Newport Ave and Windsor Rd.  There were no injuries, but both vehicle were not driveable.

On July 5th, 2018, Oak Bay Police attended a collision involving a pedestrian at the intersection of Oak Bay Avenue and Foul Bay Rd.  The pedestrian was taken to the Royal Jubilee Hospital with non-life threatening injuries and is expected to make a full recovery.  The driver was issued a Violation Ticket for Failing to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk.

On July 5th, 2018, Oak Bay Police assisted the Oak Bay Fire Department and the Provincial Ambulance Service with a report of a female trapped under a safe on Florence St.  The female was trapped under the safe overnight and unable to call for help.  A relative located her.  She is in hospital recovering from injuries.

On July 6th, 2018, the Oak Bay Police Department were requested to check on the well-being of Gladys BARMAN after she failed to attend her work.  Through the investigation, it was found that Gladys was missing.  The last confirmed sighting of Gladys was at the Petro Canada on West Saanich Road, Saanich, BC on July 5th, 2018 at 10am.  This is out of character for Gladys and both Police and her family are concerned.

Gladys is described as an 82 year old Caucasian female with blue eyes and grey hair.

She was last seen wearing a light teal windbreaker, white shirt, blue jeans, white sneakers and glasses.

She may be driving a 2002 forest green Honda Accord with British Columbia licence plate 940RGA.

If anyone has any information on her whereabouts, please contact the Oak Bay Police Department or the Police Department jurisdiction.

 

 

 

On July 7th, 2018, Oak Bay Police were conducting impaired driving enforcement and stopped a vehicle.  The driver was found to be impaired after providing samples of his breath.  The driver was served with a 90 day driving prohibition and the vehicle was impounded for 30 days.

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