Weekly Media Release Sept 3 – 9, 2018

It was back to school week and the Oak Bay Police Department focused much of their attention on the school zones.  Please remember to slow done and be extra cautious especially with the weather changing.

September 3rd, police attended the 300 block of Foul Bay Rd. for a deer attack.  The complainant found a group of deer in her fenced yard and opened the gate to allow them to leave.  A fawn was the first one out and once the complainant was between the deer and the fawn they attacked.  No serious medical issues.  The Oak Bay Police are warning citizens to use caution when approaching any wildlife especially if they have babies amongst them.

September 4th, police attended the 2200 blk of Cedar Hill X Rd for a male in the ditch.  The male was an intoxicated youth who had fallen off of a cement wall into the ditch. He was taken to hospital and later released.

September 4th, police attended 1700 block of Beach Drive for a theft.  Suspect entered an office that was on a construction site and stole a Hilti Laser worth $3500.00 and some files.  File is still under investigation.

September 4th, police attended the 2000 block of Cedar Hill X Rd. for a mischief.  There was damage to the flower bed and a piece of fence was located across the street. 

September 4th, police attended the 1100 block of Newport Road for a theft from auto complaint.  Entry was gained by breaking the drivers’ side window.  Small amount of change stolen.  No suspects.  

September 4th, police attended the 2200 block of Cranmore for a bicycle theft.  The suspect went in to the unlocked shed and stole a white Norco speed bike, leaving two others behind. No suspects.

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