Truck, property stolen

Several property crimes occurred in the communities of Salmon Arm and Blind Bay during the early morning hours of Wednesday, Dec. 10

  • Dec. 17, 2014 4:00 p.m.

Several property crimes occurred in the communities of Salmon Arm and Blind Bay during the early morning hours of Wednesday, Dec. 10. Police became aware of the thefts in the morning when owners discovered the items missing.

A vehicle was stolen from a business in the industrial park. It is described as a 2006 grey Toyota Tundra, crew cab.

Two businesses on Lakeshore Drive had the windows of the front doors smashed and the premises entered. The cash registers were disturbed but no products were taken.

Survey equipment positioned outdoors on 21st Street NE was stolen.

A business on Greer Road in Blind Bay had a trailer entered, resulting in the loss of approximately $5,000 worth of tools and associated equipment.

Police investigation into these incidents is continuing.


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