Most Recent Unsolved Crimes



THEFT OF WHEELCHAIR FROM VEHICLE

Date:

2020-09-09

File #:

2020-56836

West Kelowna RCMP would like to help a man reunite with his much-needed wheelchair stolen from his vehicle on September 9, 2020 from Headwater Lakes (above Peachland).   While the man was fishing, someone broke in through a small side vent window of the vehicle and stole a 2 piece foldable Veloce carbon fiber wheelchair worth $7000, a Cannon 7D camera with a 150-600 mm lens (valued at $5000), loose change, fishing tackle and a battery charger.  If you can help to return this specialized ultra-light wheelchair to its rightful owner, contact West Kelowna RCMP or call Crime Stoppers. 

THEFT FROM VEHICLE / FRAUD

Date:

2020-08-02

File #:

2020-46569

At approximately 6:00 p.m. on August 2, 2020, the Lake Country RCMP received a report of a male breaking into the trunk of a blue Honda parked in the lot at Beasley Park on Woodsdale Road.  The witness described the suspect as a Caucasian male with dark hair and dark facial hair, accompanied by a blonde female.  The pair left the area in a newer model dark grey Dodge Charger with Alberta plates.  The Honda’s owner was located and confirmed that a wallet containing ID and bank cards had been taken.  The male suspect used the stolen bank cards soon after at a local business.  Video surveillance shows this male person of interest  along with the Dodge Charger bearing Alberta licence plate number BTS9564.  If you can help to identify this suspect or locate the vehicle, please contact Lake Country RCMP or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers. 

THEFT OF TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGN

Date:

2020-06-

File #:

2020-33567

Kelowna RCMP are wondering if you can help to locate a road traffic control sign stolen from its Swamp Road location in June.  The sign is a 2001 orange and black model DH100 ADDCO brand.  It is 6’ X 8’ in size and has three rows for text used for warning traffic of construction.  Identification numbers stenciled on the back bumper in black paint are 344165 andSE6-1 and L#5679 are written in white marker on the right side of the display area.  The unit has no licence plate number, as it is not a vehicle, but has white rims, a 2-inch ball size receiver, and a “Creative Traffic Calming” sticker on the hitch.

THEFT OF TRAILER

Date:

2020-08-16

File #:

2020-50056

The owner of a trailer parked on a large property on the 6000 block of Farmers Drive in the Ellison area contacted RCMP on August 16, 2020 when he noticed the trailer was missing.    The stolen trailer is a 2004 white 25’ Salem travel trailer.  The trailer has BC licence plate number WBM20W, VIN 4X4TSME284T102850, and a tire cover on the back that reads “Western RV”. 

THEFT OF TRUCK AND EXCAVATOR

Date:

2020-08-07

File #:

2020-48526

The owner of a truck and excavator called RCMP to report the pair had been stolen from a construction site located near Glenmore Road and John Hindle Drive.  The vehicle and machine were last seen on the morning of August 3rd and were noticed missing the evening of August 7th.   The suspects broke the window of the truck to access it with all keys  accounted for.  The truck is a white 2005 GMS Sierra pickup with BC plate number PD5 030 and VIN 1GTJK392X5E255009.  The excavator is an orange 2007 Case CX50 with VIN N81287.

COMMERCIAL BREAK AND ENTER

Date:

2020-07-28

File #:

2020-45044

Kelowna RCMP members responded to a three-alarm call at Spy VS Spy Security Source store located on the 1800 block of Kirshner Road just after 5:00 a.m. on July 28, 2020.  The suspects used a power tool to breach the front door.  Security surveillance shows three males stealing six camera kits worth between $500 and $2500 each.  The thieves are associated to these two vehicles, a smaller Mazda 2 with covered plates and a white Nissan 240X (with stolen plates attached). 

Other Crimes


MISCHIEF

Date: 2020-06-30

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HIT AND RUN

Date: 2020-06-08

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ROBBERY

Date: 2020-03-01

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ROBBERY

Date: 2020-02-16

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THEFT OF ATV

Date: 2019-12-08

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SHOPLIFTER

Date: 2019-11-08

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SHOPLIFTING

Date: 2019-11-02

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POACHING

Date: 2019-10-07

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FOUND CAMERA

Date: 2019-08-20

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FRAUD

Date: 2019-08-15

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SHOPLIFTER

Date: 2019-07-27

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THEFT

Date: 2019-06-27

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