Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Nanaimo Crime Dec. 1 - 11 Unsolved

Unsolved crime from December 1st to December 11th 

 1. Nanaimo file # 2015-35042 On Tuesday December 1, ammunition and two firearms with trigger locks  were stolen from the trunk of a vehicle parked in the 400 block of Maple St. The firearms were a Ruger 10/22 and Axis .308.  

2. Nanaimo file # 2015-35811 On Wednesday December 9, 400 litres of furnace oil was stolen from an oil tank located on the side of a rental property at 745 Park Ave. The property is currently vacant and under renovations.

3. Nanaimo file # 2015-35025 On Tuesday December 1, a chainsaw was stolen from a gold Ford F150 parked at 1650 Terminal Ave. No serial number or descriptors were provided.

4. Nanaimo file # 2015-35000 On Tuesday December 1, a large yellow generator, rented from Robinson Rentals, was stolen from a residence being renovated at 726 Nicol St. No other descriptors were provided. 

5. Nanaimo file # 2015-35210 On Thursday December 3, a break and enter was reported to a home under renovation in the 400 block of Stirling Ave. The home is bare and entry was made through a side window. The break in most likely occurred overnight on Tuesday December 1st . Taken was a red and black Milwaukee drill and hammer drill in a black and red hard case. 

6. Nanaimo file # 2015-35398 On Saturday December 5, a home under construction in the 600 block of Cadogan St was broken into. The break in occurred sometime between 9 pm and 9 am on the 6th and entry was made through a front window left unlocked. Taken was a Makita belt sander, Rossitol nail gun, Makita drill set, Makita oscillating saw and a black took bag full of various hand tools.

7. Nanaimo file # 2015-35539 On Sunday December 6, a garage situated at 451 Kennedy St was broken into. Entry may have been made by pushing the garage door up. Taken was a black Behringer keyboard, model # K450FX. 

8. Nanaimo file # 2015-35639 On Friday December 7, a home in the 400 block of Girvin St was broken into with entry being made by forcing open a kitchen window. Taken were a black Samsung LED Smart TV, jewellery and approximately 15 watches. One of the stolen watches was a Porsche 356L classic chronograph with a brown leather band. 

9. Nanaimo file # 2015-35273 On Friday December 4 at approximately 5 pm, a limited edition mahogany monopoly set was stolen from Luis Poretta Fine Arts and Antiques, located in the North Town Centre Mall. The game is valued at $1000 and is one of only 500 that were made. 

10. Nanaimo file # 2015-35816 On Wednesday December 9, a vending machine located in the emergency room at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital was broken into. Several hundred dollars in coins was taken. Video surveillance was later examined and showed a male at 2:42 pm attempting to break into the machine for 45 minutes. The video was not able to provide a description of the suspect male.


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