Most Recent Unsolved Crimes



THEFT OF JET SKI

Date:

2019-08-14

File #:

2019-50365

At 3 p.m. on August 14th a resident of the 2400 block of Whitworth Rd reported that their white and green Kawasaki Jet Ski (unknown serial number) ($5000 value) was stolen off of their deck sometime in the previous two hours.   If you have any knowledge of this theft, please let us know!

THEFT OF ELECTRIC BIKE

Date:

2019-08-12

File #:

2019-49683

An Electric Fat Bike Company e-bike was stolen from a residence located on the 2600 block of Applewood Road in West Kelowna when the garage was ransacked sometime around August 12, 2019. The bike is described as a black and orange 1000-watt electric fat bike with serial number 905020-905030 and a value of $2800. This bike is unique as the manufacturer made only 10 bikes.

BREAK AND ENTER TO BUSINESS

Date:

2019-08-04

File #:

2019-47362

Sometime overnight Ace Hardware located on Wooddale Road Lake Country had their locked outdoor seasonal section broken into and several Black and Decker and Craftsman’s trimmers, chainsaws and blowers were stolen. Suspect(s) entered the locked yard and cut the bolts off the cages and sheds to access the items.

THEFT OF PROPANE TANKS

Date:

2019-08-10

File #:

2019-49235 & 2019-49250

On August 10, 2019 a resident living on the 11,000 block of Okanagan Centre Road East reported to police that some propane tanks went missing from their property sometime overnight. The full 30 pound propane tanks are white in colour, newer looking and were secured to their trailer by a lug nut.  A next door neighbor also reported to police that they had their trailer batteries stolen from the front of their residence sometime overnight as well. 

THEFT OF PICK-UP TRUCK

Date:

2019-08-13

File #:

2019-49961

On August 13, 2019 a resident of the 4900 block of Warbler Court reported to police their pick-up truck had been stolen sometime overnight while parked in front of the residence. The stolen vehicle is described as a brown 2009 Toyota Tundra with visible damage to the driver side door with an Alberta license place GHU795.

SHOPLIFTER

Date:

2019-07-27

File #:

2019-45674 & 2019-50565

On July 27, 2019, the Urban Fare loss prevention officer reported to police that a male had taken off running after being confronted for allegedly stealing merchandise. Police confirmed that the same male was then involved in another theft at a nearby liquor store on August 12, 2019. The suspect is described as a Caucasian male, 5’9”, slender build with 4-inch long straight hair.  In the theft at Urban Fare, the suspect wore a grey shirt, blue or black jeans, Nike running shoes and was carrying a grey backpack. In the theft at the liquor store, the suspect changed his look and had died his hair darker, wore eyeglasses and changed his style of dress.  In both thefts the suspect placed his bicycle and bag in the same spot outside by the dumpster.

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Date: 2019-03-26

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Date: 2019-03-03

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Date: 2019-02-21

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