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Weekly Media Release April 12 – April 18, 2021

OB File #2021-1029
On Monday, April 12th, the Oak Bay Police Department received a theft from auto complaint from the 2300 block of Hamiota street. The witness observed a youth between 8-12 years old dressed in black clothing and wearing a red backpack, enter the parking area of a condominium building. The youth entered a vehicle and stole an older style printer and some loose change. There was no video surveillance available.

OB File #2021-1035
On Monday, April 12th, the Oak Bay Police Department received a theft from auto complaint in the 2200 block of Cranmore Road. The vehicle was parked in the parking lot next to Oak Bay High School and the vehicle had its window partially down. The unknown suspect entered the vehicle and stole a Nexus 5 cell phone and some cash.

OB File #2021-1043
On Tuesday, April 13th, the Oak Bay Police Department received a report of a lost diamond earring in the 2000 block of Cadboro Bay Road. The earring is described as a ladies 18 k white gold with 36 diamonds around the loop. Only one of the earrings was lost. If located contact the Oak Bay Police Department at 250-592-2424.

OB File #2021-1050
On Tuesday, April 13th, the Oak Bay Police Department responded to another theft from auto complaint while parked at Anderson Hill Park. The vehicle’s passenger window was forcibly smashed, and the owners’ purse was stolen. The suspect fraudulently used a credit card and the investigator is attempting to obtain surveillance video to identify the suspect.

OB File #2021-1064
On Thursday, April 15th, the Oak Bay Police Department received a theft complaint from the Royal Victoria Yacht Club. The suspect stole a Yamaha 2.5 outboard engine off of a dinghy sometime between April 1st-15th, 2021.

OB File #2021-1090
On Friday, April 16th, the Oak Bay Police Department received a mischief compliant regarding a vehicle’s passenger window that was smashed in the 2000 block of Musgrave Street. Nothing was stolen.

OB File #2021-1110
On Saturday, April 17th, the Oak Bay Police Department responded to a single motor vehicle accident on Beach Drive near Cattle Point. The driver drove over the curb just before the north exit of Cattle Point and continued through some thick bushes and hit a tree. The 49 year old driver was not injured; however, the Oak Bay Fire Department were requested to attend to clear the bushes away from the driver’s side of the vehicle. She was able to exit the vehicle and police records showed an outstanding warrant out of the Westshore RCMP detachment. The driver was assessed by the ambulance and was cleared to be in police custody. The driver was transported to the Westshore detachment to deal with the outstanding warrant. The vehicle was towed from the scene as it sustained extensive front end damage.

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