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28-01-2016
The following crimes remain unsolved in Nanaimo during the period of January 18th to January 27th

Unsolved crimes in Nanaimo

January 18th - January 27th

 

1.  Nanaimo file # 2016-1693 On Monday January 18th between 10:30 pm and midnight, a home located at 1600 Caspers Way was broken into. The home owner believes he was at home listening to his music when the break and enter took place. The suspect entered via the bedroom sliding door and took 2 watches and the attempted to take 2 pair of high end athletic shoes.

 

 

2. Nanaimo file # 2016-1619 Sometime overnight on Tuesday January 19th, a  hole was cut in the fence surrounding Cascade Recovery at 800 Maughan Road. Several large containers inside the compound  locks were cut and recycling materials were taken. A red and black duffel bag was found near the fence line, believed to have been left by the suspect(s).

 

3. Nanaimo file # 2016-1770 Sometime overnight on Tuesday January 19th , 25 feet of fishing line was strung at chest height through Beaufort Park located at Lorne Place near Beaufort Drive. The fishing line has since been removed.

 

4. Nanaimo file # 2016-2046 On Friday January 22nd at approximately 2:35 pm, a vehicle parked on Black Powder Trail was broken into. Taken was a briefcase containing personal information

 

5. Nanaimo file # 2-16-2141 Sometime overnight on Saturday January 23rd community mail boxes at Camcrest Dr and Goldfinch Crescent were broken into. A number of mail box slots were tampered with and it is unknown if any mail was taken.

 

6. Nanaimo file # 2016-2324 On Monday January 25th a break and enter was reported at Nanaimo Organic Waste Plant on Maughan Rd. The fence surrounding the property was cut and two sheds had locks cut off. Taken was a red aluminum Honda 5hp water pump, a black 50' hose and a green fertilizer spreader.

 

7. Nanaimo file # 2016-2469 On Tuesday January 26th 3 businesses located next to each other at Terminal Park Mall were broken into. The businesses were; Highview Optical, Wine Kitz and a third vacant property. The vacant property appears to have been the starting point and entry was gained to the other properties by kicking in the dry wall. Items of note taken from Highview Optical consist of contact lenses and some optical equipment.

 

8. Nanaimo file # 2016-2535 On Wednesday January 27th a rock was thrown through a truck window at 2805 Glenayr Drive.  A witness saw the person responsible and who described him as a white male wearing a black hoodie and riding a red BMX style bike. 



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