Boats, building tools and a bike taken in separate residential thefts

Penticton RCMP are investigating three separate residential thefts that occurred in the city last week.

PENTICTON - Penticton RCMP responded to three residential thefts in the city last week.

RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Don Wrigglesworth says police were notified of a theft of two fibreglass kayaks, one green, the other yellow, around 9:30 a.m. Sept. 6, from a Heron Drive address.

Shortly after, police responded to a a Green Avenue resident’s call after the homeowner discovered his shed had been broken into sometime overnight on Sept. 5.

Two chainsaws were stolen, along with a red, two pound compressor and numerous hand tools.

On Sept. 10 a Sage Road resident reported the theft of his 1985 Harley-Davidson motorcycle, B.C. plate W63 171, from his driveway.

All keys for the bike were accounted for.

Police are continuing their investigations.

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