Local pubs targeted in break-ins

RCMP responded to 76 files for the week of January 10-16.

  • Jan. 18, 2011 8:00 a.m.

RCMP responded to 76 files for the week of January 10-16.

 

— Police attended several motor vehicle incidents on Westcoast Road and Otter Point Road due to the recent snowfall January 12. No injuries were reported.

 — Theft from a vehicle was reported in the 5600 block of East Sooke Road.

 — January 12 an attempted break-in occurred at the 17 Mile Pub wherein someone tried to pry open a door. Within an hour of that call, officers were dispatched to an alarm at Buffy’s Pub on West Coast Road.  Entry was gained to the business and it was determined entry was forced and a theft occurred. The matter is still under investigation.

 — Police wish to remind citizens on behalf of the owner of the undeveloped property off of Farmer Road that this is private land and public access is discouraged.

 — While on patrol an officer located a vehicle stolen from Saanich parked at the Sombrio Beach parking lot.

 — January 16 at 5 p.m. RCMP attended a motor vehicle incident on Phillips Road. The driver was not injured but was found to have alcohol in her body and subsequently was issued an immediate 90-day prohibition and her vehicle was impounded for 30 days.

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