Police seek details of North Saanich break-in

Police Briefs: are still looking for information on a break and enter in North Saanich that occurred last month.

Sidney North Saanich RCMP

• Police are still looking for information on a break and enter in North Saanich that occurred last month on Bradley Dyne Road in Ardmore. Witnesses observed a white work-style van with a ladder and hooks on the side and no side windows in the same area as the home that was targeted during the early afternoon period on Oct. 29. Anyone with information related to the suspicious vehicle is asked to call the RCMP at 250-656-3931.

 

• On Nov. 13, a blue and black kayak containing a single life jacket and paddle was found abandoned by the pier at the bottom of Beacon Avenue. Police are looking for anyone with information related to the kayak to contact them.

 

• In recent weeks, the Sidney North Saanich RCMP have received complaints of unsolicited workers attending residences offering to pave driveways with leftover asphalt from previous worksites.

Police are advising residents to check references and do research on any company before agreeing to unsolicited work offers.

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