Oak Bay Police are asking the public for help in finding a woman who was caught on video breaking into a senior’s home (Twitter/Oak Bay Police)

Woman breaks into napping Oak Bay senior’s home

Oak Bay Police are looking for information on a March 7 break and enter

Oak Bay Police are asking for public assistance in identifying a woman who broke into a senior’s residence on March 7.

At approximately 5:30 p.m. at a care centre on Bee Street, a suspect entered through an unlocked front door and stole the victim’s passport, purse and cash while the resident napped inside.

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“There’s a special place for people like this,” said the Oak Bay Police in a tweet. “Prison.”

Anyone with information on the break and enter can call the non-emergency line at 250-592-2424

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