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Unsolved Crimes

06-03-2014
The following are crimes that remain unsolved in Nanaimo and need the public's assistance in solving.

1.   On February 28th, 2014, a vehicle canopy was broken into overnight while parked on Haliburton St.  Stolen was a grey and black "Hockey Canada" bag with a Bauer helmet, 2 pairs of size 10 Graf hockey skates, blue Helly Hansen cold weather full body suit underwear, black CCM Hockey pants and a black and white striped Ref's jersey. A number of hockey gear accessories were in the bag as well.   (File 2014-5105)

 

2.   Sometime during the week to February 28th, 2014, a new men's blue 24" Norco Mountain Bike ($800 value) and a white/purple ladies mountain bike from an unlocked garage on College Dr. File 2014-5139

 

3.    A male, described as Caucasian, dark hair and facial hair, in his 50's wearing a blue with white winter jacket, a ball cap, and sunglasses stole a bottle of Bacardi rum from a liquor store on Turner Rd on February 28, 2014. The male was apprehended but managed to wrestle free and fled from the area.  File 2014-5154

 

4.   On March 3, 2014, a garage was broken into overnight on Blackcomb Pl.  A 1) Red Electric start Honda Generator 3500W Value:$3000, 2) Yellow and black DeWalt air compressor Value:$1000, 3) Black dry suite with blue cuffs "Sea-Tux" brand Value:$1500, 4) Norco "Bush Pilot" Mountain bike with orange decals and bright orange clip on fender were stolen.  File 2014-5363

 

5.   A break in to a garage occurred on Wedgewood Pl sometime before March 3rd, 2014.

A small portable Webber BBQ, leaf blower and two sets of golf clubs, Ladies Cobra & Men’s Ping were stolen.  File 2014-5430

 

6.   On March 03, 2014 a Samsung Galaxy S4 cell phone stolen from the lobby area of McDonald's Restaurant on Princess Royal Ave.  2014-5440

 



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