Crime Watch Report - June 14 to 21, 2017

Detective1) June 14, a theft was reported from a shed on Rheumer Crescent in Parksville. Once the suspect entered the shed they stole a dark blue Marin men’s mountain bike.

2) June 14 at approximately 2 p.m., an unknown suspect smashed the window on a vehicle in the Wembley Centre parking lot to access loose change that was in the centre console. Nobody suspicious was reported in the area.

3) June 15 at 7:30 p.m., report from a man who had been shopping at Shoppers Drug Mart. When he returned to his unlocked vehicle, he discovered the door open and his Samsung Tablet missing.

4) June 15 at 10:25 p.m., a construction worker left his vehicle running momentarily to get some items from his business on Industrial Way in Parksville. He exited the business and witnessed his vehicle leaving (stolen) at a high rate of speed. The RCMP located the vehicle speeding through Parksville but it was deemed too dangerous to pursue. The vehicle was last seen driving up Port Alberni Highway towards Highway 19. The vehicle is a 2010 white Chevy single cab truck with BC licence KX7658.

5) June 18 at approximately 9 p.m., report of property damage from a homeowner at the 800 block of Temple Street in Parksville. 2 fence panels had been destroyed by unknown suspects apparently kicking at the fence.

6) June 19, a Giant brand mountain bike was stolen from outside the Shady Rest Pub. The bike is Yellow with red and blue accents.

7) June 20, a Forestry Worker reported that sometime over the previous evening, his work vehicle had the fuel stolen. The location was Allsbrook Road at Evergreen. Approximately 140 litres of fuel and a camera were stolen.

8) June 20, a resident of the 600 block of Doehle Avenue, Parksville awoke to find her vehicle had been broken into. Items stolen included a Kenwood Brand stereo. The dash of the car had been severely damaged by the thief when they removed the stereo.

9) June 21, just prior to 1 a.m., a resident of the 200 block of Jensen Avenue was startled by a noise in her home. She went to living room to discover a man had opened her window and was possibly trying to enter her residence. She yelled, and the person ran off. The description of the man was very limited. Only a clothing description was obtained, the male was wearing a grey hoodie sweater and black pants. Extensive patrols were made by the police who flooded the area. Unfortunately, the suspect was not located.