Penticton RCMP week in review 2017-06-06

Penticton, BC – The following incidents occurred over the past week in Penticton:

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2017-06-02

2017-7798 Penticton RCMP received a report of an unlocked vehicle on Juniper Road in Naramata being entered overnight and a wallet was missing. The debit card was used at several locations in Penticton and the matter remains under investigation.

2017-7816 A vehicle on Barton Crescent was entered overnight and two laptop computers, as well as a pair of Oakley and a pair of Ray-ban sunglasses were reported missing.

2017-06-03

2017-7859 Police received a report that a vehicle on Nanaimo Avenue West was entered overnight and a purse containing identification and bank cards was taken.

2017-7871 Penticton RCMP were called for a break and enter to an unoccupied mobile home under renovation on Paris Street. The home was not secured and the owner discovered a Makita tool set missing which included a skill saw, impact drill and reciprocating saw. A stereo and a Lincoln welder were also missing but were located nearby the next morning where they had been hidden in a neighbouring yard.

2017-7879 At 135 pm, Police were called because of a black 2006 Acura CSX being stolen from a Tennis Street address. The owner believes that they may have dropped the keys in the driveway. The vehicle was spotted by Police later in the day but it would not stop.

2017-06-04

2017-7935 At 305 am, Police were called to a report of a break in to storage lockers on Carmi Avenue. Police located a 35 year old male inside and the black Acura was parked nearby. The male had a warrant for his arrest for failing to comply with a Probation Order. The investigation is ongoing.

2017-7951 A 25 hp Yamaha outboard motor was stolen overnight from the storage compound at Redwing Estates. The motor was unbolted from the back of a stored boat.

2017-06-05

2017-7998 An Okanagan Falls resident on Cherry Crescent reported an arson and attempted break and enter. A motorcycle was targeted and had the seat and gas tank burned and a screen was removed from the door of the residence but no entry was gained. The RCMP Forensic Identification Section is continuing to investigate.

2017-8016 A boat storage company on Timmins Street reported that the compound was entered over the weekend and an attempt was made to enter the building. Nothing appeared to be missing.

2017-8056 At 6 pm, Penticton RCMP responded to Lions Park for a report of youths fighting with bats and a possible stabbing. Police were able to locate a number of youths, aged 15, and one had a slight injury to the back of the neck from an apparent knife wound. Statements of the incident have been obtained from a number of individuals and the investigation is continuing.

Penticton RCMP


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