Weekly Media Release Sept 24-30, 2018

On September 27th, police were called to Windsor Park where a number of wallets and cell phones had been stolen from the change room. The matter is still under investigation.

On September 27th, police responded to a two-vehicle collision on Ring Road. One vehicle made a lane change and the driver did not see the other vehicle beside them, resulting in the collision. Both vehicles had to be towed from the scene. The driver who made the lane change was issued a violation ticket.

On September 28th, Oak Bay Police Sgt. Mike Martin organized the second Emergency Services vs. Oak Bay High School hockey game to raise funds for Cops For Cancer. The event was named after retired Oak Bay Police Sgt. Dan McLean, who was passionate about youth sport in Oak Bay and succumbed to cancer in 2013. The event raised over $2300 and tickets are still available for the draw until October 6th.

On September 28th, there were four thefts from motor vehicle that occurred in south Oak Bay near the Chinese Cemetery sometime overnight. Police are reminding residents to ensure all valuables are removed from their vehicles to avoid tempting potential thieves.

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