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Unsolved crimes July 10th to July 23rd

27-07-2016
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Unsolved crimes July 10th to July 23rd

 

1. Nanaimo file # 2016-22710 Sometime between July 10th and July 12th a 2007 Dodge ram at 1930 Island Diesel Way was broken into. Taken was a large black hockey bag with Strata Soil Sampling written on the side. The bag contained a Go-Pro, work clothes, hard hat, high visibility vest and rain paints.

 

2. Nanaimo file # 2016-22725 Sometime overnight on Wednesday July 13th, a rental car parked on Sealion Place was broken into. Taken was a Samsung S4 phone, 2 para-gliders (one orange, the other blue), a hand held radio and numerous other items used in para-gliding.

 

3. Nanaimo file # 2016-22883 Sometime overnight on Thursday July 14th, a home at 1074 St George Crescent was broken into. Point of entry appears to be the back upper kitchen window. Taken was an Apple/Mac book pro laptop, purse with a skull decoration and some cash.

 

4. Nanaimo file # 2016-23086 On Friday July 15th, a bike was stolen from in front of the Country Club Save On Foods. The bike was locked and most likely taken from between 1:45 pm and 10:15 pm. The bike is a grey Kona with no seat and has a blue and red chain.

 

5. Nanaimo file # 2016-23297 On Friday July 15th, a male exposed himself to a female as she walked along the Pearson Bridge located on Terminal Ave. The female witness told police she believes the male suspect was waiting in nearby bushes until she walked by. The suspect is described as a white male, 40ish, with a slim athletic build and dark complexion. He was wearing shorts baseball cap, t-shirt and black jeans and was last seen walking northbound along Terminal Ave.

 

6. Nanaimo file # 2016-23345 Sometime between Saturday July 16th and Monday July 18th, Kaycan Ltd Vinyl located at 4810 Ledgerwood Rd was broken into. Locks to two small exterior propane cages in the loading area were cut and taken was a full tank of propane.

 

7. Nanaimo file # 2016-23583 On Tuesday July 19th, two bikes were taken from the back of a truck parked in the Woodgrove Mall parking lot. One of the bikes was a white Santa Cruz adult mountain bike and the other, a black and green Opus kid’s bike.

 

8. Nanaimo file # 2016-23644 On Wednesday July 20th, a motorized scooter was stolen from 1597 Boundary Crescent. The scooter is a black Go, with a green cart on the back.

 

9. Nanaimo file # 2016-23981 On Friday July 22nd, a bike was stolen from 1825 Bowen Road. The bike is a red and silver folding bike with a 6 inch top bar and has a brown wicker basket on the back.

 

10. Nanaimo file # 2016-24086 On Saturday July 23rd, an attempted break and enter was reported to the main building at the McGirr Sports Complex. Numerous drill holes were found in a steel door that leads to a small interior that holds an ATM. Entry was not made into the ATM room. An alarm was activated at 3:00 am but when officers arrived they did not find anything suspicious indicating the attempted break most likely occurred sometime after 3 am.

 

 

 



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