OB File #2021-3017
On Monday, September 27th, the Oak Bay Police responded to a commercial break and enter in the 2200 block of Oak Bay Avenue. A tenant within the business noticed opened doors and items strewn about at which point the owner was contacted. The suspect used a pry tool, forced a door open and gained access into the premise. Nothing was stolen; however, the investigator is attempting to obtain CCTV footage to identity the suspect.
OB Files #2021-3035 and #2021-3036
On Wednesday, September 29th, the Oak Bay Police received two theft complaints from a worksite in the 2500 block of McNeil Avenue. A construction worker left his backpack on the front retaining wall of the site while working in the backyard. The suspect stole the backpack which had a safety vest and keys for his vehicle. A Simoniz pressure washer was also stolen from the work site. The approximate value for the pressure washer is $1500.00.
OB File #2021-3044
On Thursday, September 30th, the Oak Bay Police received a report of a residential break and enter in the 2000 block of Lorne Terrace. The homeowners heard a noise overnight and then in the morning they realized someone attempted to enter their garage. No entry was gained, and nothing was stolen. Police conducted neighbourhood enquiries with negative results.
OB File #2021-3048
On Thursday, September 30th, the Oak Bay Police received an overnight theft from motor vehicle complaint in the 300 block of Foul Bay Road. The unlocked vehicle was parked in the driveway and the suspect stole a gate fob and a set of keys.
OB File #2021-3070
On Saturday October 2nd, the Oak Bay Police received a theft report from a business in the 2200 block of Oak Bay Avenue. The suspect stole 8 packages of Gillette shaving razors valued at $160.00. The suspect was described as a Caucasian male approximately 50-60 years old, slim build, dark hair, wearing a navy-blue jacket and dark jeans. The suspect walked bent over at the waist. CCTV was available and police are attempting to identify the suspect.
OB Files #2021-3078, #2021- 3080 & #2021-3085
On Sunday, October 3rd, the Oak Bay Police received a report that two unlocked vehicles were entered overnight in the 3500 block of Henderson Road. There was no damage, nothing was stolen, and the vehicles were parked in the driveway.
On Sunday, October 3rd, the Oak Bay Police received an overnight theft from motor vehicle complaint in the 2000 block of Cedar Hill Cross Road. The vehicle was unlocked, and the suspect stole the homeowner’s wallet. The homeowner was informed to cancel his credit cards.
On Sunday, October 3rd, the Oak Bay Police received another overnight theft from motor vehicle complaint in the 2100 block Frederick Norris Road. The vehicle was unlocked, and the suspect stole $40.00 in cash. CCTV was available and the suspect male was described as a Caucasian male, average build and height wearing a baseball cap and dark clothing.