OB File #2021-3793
On Monday, December 6th, the Oak Bay Police Department received a theft from motor vehicle complaint in the 3300 block of Woodburn Avenue. The vehicle appeared to be unlocked and parked on the street. The suspect stole a small solar panel and a few CD’s. Total value of the theft is approximately $100.00.
OB File #2021-3795
On Monday, December 6th, the Oak Bay Police Department received a mischief complaint in the 3400 block of Ripon Road. The homeowner’s Christmas lights, and reindeer decorations were cut down and placed at the end of the street. Approximate value of the items damaged is $200.00. There were no CCTV available.
OB File #2021-3844
On Saturday, December 11th, the Oak Bay Police Department received a report of a theft from motor vehicle in the 500 block of Island Road. The registered owner observed a male on her CCTV camera at 7:30 in the morning approach her unlocked vehicle and entered it wearing gloves. The male rummaged through the vehicle and stole a pair of prescription glasses. The male was described as a Caucasian male, approximately 20-25 years old, medium build, approximately 5’5”-5’11” tall, short red hair with a shaved undercut, wearing a black winter coat with a hood, light blue jeans and white running shoes.
OB File #2021-3847
On Saturday, December 11th, a local resident contacted the Oak Bay Police Department reporting that his 2003 brown Honda CR-V bearing BCLP: 702-DRB was stolen from his driveway in the 500 block of Newport Avenue. The homeowner believed he left his keys in the vehicle. The vehicle was added to the police database as stolen.
OB File #2021-3849
On Sunday, December 12th, the Oak Bay Police Department received another theft from motor vehicle complaint from the 1200 block of Victoria Avenue. The vehicle appeared to be unlocked and parked in the driveway. The vehicle was
rummaged through and owner’s wallet was stolen. The suspect used the stolen credit cards at numerous businesses in Victoria. The suspect was caught on the CCTV cameras and the description of the male matches the male caught on the
CCTV camera relating to the above-noted OB File #2021-3844. The investigation is ongoing to identify the male.
OB File #2021-3851
On Sunday, December 12th, the Oak Bay Police Department received a theft report of identification and bank cards stolen from the Oak Bay Recreation Centre. The suspect used a credit card at three businesses in Victoria totaling $400.00 and $80.00 in cash was also missing from her bag. The investigation is ongoing to review the CCTV cameras at the business where the credit card was used and at the Oak Bay Recreation Centre.