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Weekly Media Release Feb. 4th – Feb. 10th, 2019

On February 4th, police received a report of Theft from Auto that occurred sometime over night in the 800 block of Oliver Street. The vehicle was rummaged through and a set of prescription glasses taken.

On February 5th, police received a report of Theft from Auto that occurred sometime overnight in the 900 block of Byng Street. Person(s) unknown entered the unlocked vehicle and made off with a twenty-four pack of toilet paper.

On February 5th, police received a second report of Theft from Auto that occurred sometime overnight in the 900 block of Monterey Avenue. A small amount of change was taken.

On February 5th, police responded to a third report of Theft from Auto in the 700 block of Island Road. An Alberta Health card and a Social Insurance Number card were taken.

On February 5th, police were called to the 2600 block of Dorset Road for a report of Break and Enter to a residence. Forensic Identification Section attended to gather evidence. Jewelry and other valuables were taken. The matter is still under investigation.

On February 6th, Police were called to a parking lot in the 1300 block of Beach Drive for a sudden death. A male was found unresponsive in his vehicle. Effort to revive him were not successful. The matter is still under investigation.

On February 7th, police were called to the 2200 block of Woodlawn Crescent for a report of Stolen Vehicle. Person(s) unknown located a spare key and were able to drive off in the vehicle, a white 2007 Toyota Highlander, BCLP FF677E. The matter is still under investigation.

On February 7th, police received a report of attempt theft from Auto, also in the 2200 block of Woodlawn Crescent. Although the vehicle was entered, nothing appears to have been taken.

On February 9th, police were called to 2190 Harlow Drive, where person(s) unknown threw a hammer at the window of the Lawn Bowling Club, smashing the outer pane. It does not appear that entry was gained.

If you have information in regard to these or any other crimes, phone (250)592-2424 or Crimestoppers.

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