Saturday, April 23, 2016

Nanaimo Unsolved Crimes April 1 - 22, 2016

Unsolved crimes April 1st to April 22nd

1. Nanaimo file # 2016-10195 On Saturday April 2, at approximately 11 pm, a female stole a 26 oz. bottle of liquor from the Millway Liquor store on McMillan Rd. The female is described as white, much tanned, dark brown curly hair and was wearing bright coloured pants. The female left the store and was seen getting into a silver car with a male driver.

2. Nanaimo file # 2016-10245 Sometime overnight on Sunday April 3, multiple vehicles parked at Edgewood Lane were broken into. Edgewood is located off of Uplands Drive, just north of the North Town Centre Mall and is a mature seniors housing complex.  Most of the vehicles were locked and force was used to gain access. This is a good reminder to report suspicious activity as soon as it is seen. If someone does not fit into your neighbourhood, keep an eye out and share with your neighbours and police immediately.

3. Nanaimo file # 2016-10225 On Sunday April 3, two males attempted to steal a vehicle and lawn ornaments from a residence on Stonewood Place. The males were described as white, mid-twenties and wore plaid jackets. One of the males had shoulder length brown hair and the second had a thick blond beard.

4. Nanaimo file # 2016-10839 Sometime overnight on Friday April 8, Chinook Scaffold Systems located at 95 10 St was broken into and a gas hose was cut to a vehicle in their compound.. Entrance to the compound was made by cutting through the chain link fence that surrounds the property.

5. Nanaimo file # 2016-11450 On Wednesday April 13, Origins, a seniors care facility on Oliver Rd was broken into. The break in occurred sometime between 1 am and 6:30 am and taken were Fob keys, master keys, garage opener and a black Dell laptop. Surveillance cameras showed a male at 2:53 am, wearing a black hoodie with white on the back, carrying a blue bag.

6. Nanaimo file # 2016-11756 Sometime between 9 am and 4 pm on Sunday April 17, a home on Hewstone Rd was broken into and multiple items were taken.  Point of entry was the front door and taken were camera equipment, golf gear and clothing.

7. Nanaimo file #2016-12176 Sometime between 7 pm April 18, and 6:30 am April 19th, a boat moored at 1690 Stewart Ave was broken into. The cabin door was pried open and it appeared nothing was taken.

8. Nanaimo file 2016-12268 On Wednesday April 20, a bike theft was reported from Scannel Road. The theft occurred between 1 pm on Tuesday April 19th and 1 pm on Wednesday April 20th.  The bike is a white BMX, free agent Strutter with lime green writing and has a sticker on that says " I heart Slu*s

9. Nanaimo file # 2016-12466 On Thursday April 21, two bikes were stolen from 775 Terminal Ave. One bike was a black and red Jamis Trail XComp with serial # Y14L010427. The second was an Avalanche with purple pedals.

10. Nanaimo file / 2016-12553 Sometime overnight on Thursday April 22, two ladders were taken from the backyard of 961 Northumberland Ave. One of the ladders was an orange fibreglass Lousiville extension ladder and the other was a yellow fibreglass step ladder.


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