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Steam cleaners taken from unlocked van

A vehicle theft in Victoria likely led to some equipment going missing from Oak Bay, according to police.

A company truck stolen in Victoria had information inside about equipment stored in another vehicle in the 3200-block of Upper Terrace Rd.

Two steam cleaners for carpets, worth $4,000 each, went missing overnight on Oct. 25 from the company van on Upper Terrace, which had been left unlocked.

ecardone@vicnews.com

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