Two people walking at Mill Creek Regional Park near the airport on February 11th heard the alarm on their blue 2008 Jeep Cherokee go off. When they arrived at the vehicle they saw no signs of forced entry, however the woman’s purse had been moved. It was later discovered that suspects had taken cash and some bank and credit cards from a wallet in the purse. The banks were notified and the cards were cancelled, however not before suspects were able to use some of them for cash withdrawals. The Kelowna RCMP would like to identify the suspects in the photos as persons of interest in this file.
A home on Guisachan Place in Kelowna was broken into between 9:15 am. and 2:00 p.m. on February 3rd. Suspects entered the home through a rear basement window and left with many items including:
A marble jewellery box with contents
Swiss Army Watch
Men’s wedding ring – a gold band with an inscription inside
A MasterCard was also taken and the tap feature was used at several local businesses. Kelowna RCMP would like to identify this man as a person of interest in the use of the stolen credit card.
A trailer was stolen from a residence on Trevor Drive in West Kelowna sometime overnight between March 18th and March 19th. The trailer is a 22’ 2016 C-Jay white commercial box trailer wrapped with company logo “ThorCorp”. The trailer has BC license plate number 30621U and VIN 2JAAH7724G1003521.
Sometime during the day suspects entered a home on the 1000 block of Ogden Road while the owner and his visiting family were away. Entry was made through a kitchen window. Food was strewn on the floor and the rest of the home was ransacked. Jewellery and other items had been left on the couch and all the bedrooms were gone through. Some of the stolen items include: gold jewellery including a watch, rings (some with birthstones), gold chains, earrings and pearl necklaces. One of the gold necklaces is a V-shaped gold pendant with 5 large birthstones including two aquamarine stones and one garnet. Also taken was a 13’silver MacBook Pro OS Sierra (s/n unavailable).
On March 12th a female entered the BC Liquor Store in Lake Country and left without purchasing anything. An employee, noticing that the she was leaving with a bag that appeared full, questioned her about it. The woman continued walking out of the store without stopping. Video was reviewed and RCMP would like to question this person of interest for the theft of over $200 worth of alcohol.
2017-13010, 13521, 13594, 13541
Lake Country…. lock it up! At least four reports of thefts from vehicle were reported from the Robinson Road area of Lake Country between March 17 and 20th. Someone took a phone, a dash- cam, a GPS unit and woofer from a car parked on Eva Road during the early hours of March 17th. On March 20th three more reports were received of unlocked vehicles being entered. A man was seen inside a vehicle at 4:15 a.m. rummaging through a car parked in a driveway on the 11,200 block of Okanagan Centre Road East. The man, wearing a blue hoodie and black pants, appeared to be empty-handed when walking away but had a couple pairs of inexpensive sunglasses. A jeep Patriot was entered on the 2500 block of Robinson Road and the suspect left with some change and a Jeep tire inflation tool. The suspect then hit the jackpot at a nearby residence on Robinson Road, entering an SUV in a carport and getting a wallet with debit cards, credit cards and ID. A credit card was quickly used to withdraw funds at several banks and the tap feature of the debit cards was used a few times as well.