Police seek pet carry case owners

Police seek public's help in identifying owner of a Voyager 200 pet carrying case

Sidney North Saanich RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the owner of this pet carry case. The case's dimensions are 12 inches high by 14 inches wide by 22 inches long.

On Jan. 24, Sidney North Saanich RCMP got a call from a concerned resident who reported a suspicious man going through the recycling bins in an apartment complex parking lot. The man was also reportedly trying door handles of vehicles in the lot to see if any had been left open.

When police arrived they found a man matching the description of the suspect. He was discovered to be in possession of a blue and gray plastic Pet Voyager 200 pet carry case. The male is  known to police and the pet carry case is not believed to belong to him.

Police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the owner of the pet carry case which measures 12 inches high, 14 inches wide and 22 inches long.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Sidney North Saanich RCMP at 250-656-3931.

— With files from the Sidney North Saanich RCMP

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