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Several break and enters under investigation by Summerland RCMP

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February 20, 2017 - 1:00 PM

SUMMERLAND - Thefts from commercial and residential addresses made up a portion of the 53 calls for services handled by Summerland RCMP last week.

Police were notified of two separate thefts by the same individuals at Peacock’s Perch Liquor Store on Feb. 14 after staff review of some video.

On the same day, an Echo trim cutter was reported stolen from the 7100 block of Huddleston Road.

Police were also called to a Robson Crescent residence following complaints of a break-in that resulted in damage throughout the building. Entrance was believed to have been gained through a small window.

RCMP were also notified of several instances of vehicle break and enters in the community.

Summerland RCMP Cpl. Chris Richardson advises the public to be vigilant in reporting suspicious incidents or individuals in their neighbourhoods.

“Don’t leave valuables in your vehicle and if you are away from your residence for any period of time, have someone check on your residence and property,” he says in a media release.


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