Police investigate thefts from vehicles

Thieves target three vehicles over a two-day period in Oak Bay

  • Nov. 25, 2014 9:00 a.m.

A thief or thieves entered a couple of vehicles sometime during the night of Nov. 18. One of the vehicles was parked on Foul Bay Road and the contents were rifled through but nothing reported stolen. An iPod touch was reported stolen from the other vehicle, parked on Dalhousie Street. There were no signs of forced entry into either of the vehicles. Sometime overnight, and discovered Nov. 20, someone entered a vehicle parked in a driveway on Cardiff Place.  A Helly Hansen duffel bag that contained electronic equipment, along with personal items, were reported stolen. There were no signs of forced entry into the vehicle.

 

 

Coin caper hits apartment laundry

Police received a report that sometime between Nov. 14 and 18 an unknown culprit broke into three coin-operated laundry machines in an apartment complex and made off with an undisclosed amount of coins.

 

 

Marijuana brings suspension

Police were conducting a road block on Cadboro Bay Road during the early morning hours of Nov. 22 when a vehicle stopped and an overpowering smell of fresh marijuana and a slight odour of burnt marihuana were detected. Both occupants were arrested and a small amount of pot was found. No criminal charges were laid, however, the driver was issued with a 24-hour driving suspension for being impaired by drug.

 

 

 

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