Canada Post reports stolen mail in Parksville — Oceanside Crime Report July 11–17

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During this time period the Oceanside RCMP said it received 311 complaints.  

Break and enter

-A business break and enter was reported in the 400 block of Stanford Avenue East, Parksville, on July 11. RCMP arrested one suspect.

-A business break and enter was reported in the 1700 block of Errington Road, Errington, on July 11. Among items reported stolen were a blue Echo E-bike and a lithium battery.

-A storage locker break and enter was reported in the 200 block of Stanford Avenue East, Parksville, on July 13. Nothing appeared to be stolen.

Vandalism

-A window to a business was reported broken in the 600 block of Primrose Street, Qualicum Beach, on July 11.

-A lock to a property gate was vandalized in the 1600 block of Errington Road, Errington, on July 12.

-A vehicle was vandalized in the area of Harrison Avenue and Alberni Highway, Parksville, on July 11.

-A sign for a business was vandalized in the 1800 block of Kaye Road, Nanoose Bay, on July 12.

-A rock was thrown through a window of a place of worship in the 100 block of Hirst Avenue West, Parksville, on July 13.

-Vandals removed barriers from a logging road in the 1800 block of Pratt Road, Qualicum Beach, on July 13.

Found

-An iPhone with a white, multi coloured circle design case was found in the 600 block of Memorial Avenue, Qualicum Beach, on July 12. Contact Oceanside RCMP during regular business hours to claim.

-A Samsung Galaxy phone in a black OtterBox was found in the area of Wembley Road and Crystal Court, Parksville on July 13. Contact Oceanside RCMP during regular business hours to claim.

-A bicycle was found in the 100 block of Jensen Avenue West, Parksville, on July 15.  RCMP identified and returned the bike to its owner on July 16.

Theft 

-Canada Post reported instances of mail from regional community mailboxes being stolen in Parksville, on July 12. 

-Two Bridgestone 445/65R 22.5 truck tires were reported stolen in the 1700 block of Errington Road, Errington, on July 13.

-A vehicle was reported stolen in the 900 block of Lee Road East, Parksville on July 13. RCMP recovered the vehicle in the 400 block of Wembley Road, Parksville, on July 15.

-BC plate AM770D was reported stolen from a vehicle in the 900 block of Island Highway East, Parksville on July 12.

-A yellow/orange Pelican kayak was reported stolen in the 2500 block of Nuttal Drive, Nanoose Bay, on July 15.

-Money was reported stolen from a vehicle in the 2400 block of Andover Road, Nanoose Bay, on July 14.

-Pairs of socks were reported stolen from an unlocked car in the 2400 block of Andover Road, Nanoose Bay, on July 14.

-A BC plate validation sticker was reported stolen from a vehicle in the 2600 block of Island highway West, Qualicum Beach, on July 15.

-Refundable containers, which were to be donated,  were reported stolen from a storage compound in the 2300 block of Shady Lane, Horne Lake, on July 16.

-Refundable containers were reported stolen from a storage compound in the 1200 block of Rath Road, Parksville on July 17.

Trespassing

-Trespassers were said to be leaving garbage behind and using hoses on a property in in the 1200 block of Island Highway East, Parksville, on July 12. 

-An intoxicated intruder was reported sleeping in a boat in the 900 block of Esslinger Road, Parksville, on July 17. A man was detained and released from custody when sober.

Prowlers

-Nighttime prowlers were reported in the area of Corfield Street and Corfield Street South Strata, Parksville, on July 15.

-A vehicle prowler was reported in the 300 block of Alberni Highway, Parksville, on July 16.

Lost

-A backpack containing baseball materials was reported lost in the 400 block of Despard Avenue West, Parksville, on July 16.

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