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Shop suffers third break-in

Oak Bay Police are investigating a break-in on the 2800-block of Foul Bay Road. Police were contacted when the store owner opened her shop on Feb. 11 to find it had been broken into and a laptop stolen over the weekend.

This is the third time the shop has been broken into.

Thieves still looking for easy targets

Police were called to the area around the Oak Bay Rec Centre Feb. 11 after two reported attempted thefts from vehicles. Police say the vehicles had been left unlocked and were entered and rifled through, but nothing appeared to have been taken.

Attempted vehicle thefts on Eastdowne

Police received reports of two attempted vehicle thefts on Eastdowne Road in the morning of Feb. 15. Entry to the vehicles had been forced and attempts to start the vehicles had also been made.

 

 

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