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Weekly Media Release – October 30 to November 6, 2022

The Oak Bay Police Department responded to 93 calls for service that week.

October 31, 2022: at 8:41 am, the Oak Bay Police Department received a report of a theft from an automobile in the 2300 block of Epworth Ave. The complainant reported that someone had entered their unlocked vehicle overnight and had stolen several items, including a Dell laptop, a Garmin GPS, a pair of Apple Airpods pros and a hunting knife. Total value of loss was estimated at $2500.00. There were no suspects identified in this file. (OBPD File 2022-3395)

October 31, 2022: at 10:18 am, the Oak Bay Police Department received a report of a theft from an automobile in the 2100 block of Fair St. The complainant reported someone had entered their unlocked vehicle overnight and had stolen a Samsung tablet. Total value of loss was estimated at $300.00. There were no suspects identified in this file. (OBPD File 2022-3396)

October 31, 2022: at 2:25 pm, the Oak Bay Police Department received a report of found property in the 2300 block of Epworth Ave. The complainant reported that they found a Pentax camera under a vehicle. Several thefts from automobiles were reported in the area and this camera may have been an item that was stolen but not reported to police. Please contact Oak Bay Police if you may have had a Pentax camera lost or stolen from the area of Epworth Ave. (OBPD File 2022-3400)

October 31, 2022: at 3:00 pm, the Oak Bay Police Department received a report of a theft from an automobile in the 2300 block of Epworth Ave. The complainant reported someone had entered their unlocked vehicle overnight and had ransacked it. The complainant reported nothing was stolen. (OBPD File 2022-3404)

October 31, 2022: at 9:30 pm, the Oak Bay Police Department received a report of a stolen bicycle from the 1900 block of Bee St. The complainant reported that they locked their bike just before 6:30 pm and return to find that the bicycle was gone shortly before 9:30 pm. The bicycle was described as a men’s black Norco Mountain bike with large tires. The Norco sticker was grey in colour and the front forks had a yellow sticker with the word Rockshox on them. The estimated value of loss is $300.00. There are no suspects currently. This file is still under investigation. (OBPD File 2022-3408)

November 4, 2022: the Oak Bay Police Department received a report of a theft from an automobile from the 2100 block of Beaverbrooke St. The complainant reported their vehicle had been broken into overnight. The suspect stole a wallet containing Identification, credit cards and bank cards. The suspect used the cards at a convenience store and purchased items totalling approximately $200.00. No suspects have been identified in this file; however, this investigation is ongoing. (OBPD File 2022-3456)

November 6, 2022: at 8:56 am, the Oak Bay Police Department received a report of a theft from an automobile in the 3000 block of Plymouth Rd. The complainant reported that they parked their vehicle in their driveway overnight and left it unlocked. Upon returning to it in the morning, they discovered that their vehicle had been ransacked. The complainant reported $20.00 in coins were missing. There are no suspects in this file. (OBPD File 2022-3472)

November 6, 2022: at 9:00 am, the Oak Bay Police Department received another report of a theft from an automobile in the 2000 block of Cedar Hill Cross Rd. The complainant reported that they parked their vehicle in their driveway overnight and left it unlocked. Upon returning to it in the morning, they discovered that their vehicle had been ransacked. The complainant did not report anything stolen but the suspect left several items behind that did not belong to the complainant. A suspect has not been identified in this file. (OBPD File 2022-3473)

If you have information regarding these or any crime, phone Oak Bay Police at 250-592-2424 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

 

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