Vehicle stolen in Qualicum Beach, recovered in Nanaimo — Oceanside Crime Report Dec. 19–25

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During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 224 complaints, including a report of a vandalized public washroom in Parksville Community Park.

Stolen vehicle

-A vehicle was reported stolen in the Errington area on Dec. 19. It was recovered in Parksville on Dec. 21.

-The attempted theft of a vehicle was reported in the 300 block of Willow Street, Parksville, on Dec. 21. The ignition was noted damaged.

-A vehicle and contents were reported stolen in the 100 block of Second Avenue West, Qualicum Beach, on Dec. 24. The vehicle was recovered in Nanaimo on Dec. 27, however a blue 2019 Stump Jumper mountain bike is still missing.

Vandalism

-A vehicle was reported vandalized in the 200 block of Island Highway West, Parksville on Dec. 21. Damaged noted to driver’s door and ignition.

-A vehicle was reported vandalized in the 900 block of Fairdowne Road, Parksville, on Dec. 20. A broken window was noted.

-A public washroom was reported vandalized with graffiti in the Parksville Community Park, on Dec. 20. 

-A vehicle was reported vandalized with graffiti in the 100 block of Ford Avenue, Parksville, on Dec. 21. The incident was said to have occurred on Dec. 20.

-A vehicle was reported vandalized in the 200 block of Island Highway West, Parksville, on Dec. 22.

Theft

-A red 2017 Stump Jumper mountain bike was reported stolen in the 300 block of Morison Avenue, Parksville, on Dec. 20. 

-A set of Cleveland golf clubs, a Ping driver and a TaylorMade wood driver in a red/black golf bag were reported stolen from a vehicle in the 500 block of Yambury Road, Qualicum, on Dec. 22.

-Hammer drills, Sunnies sunglasses, a dash cam and miscellaneous power tools were reported stolen from a vehicle in the 200 block of Shelley Road, Parksville, on Dec. 20.

-A vehicle was reported rummage through in the 500 block of Seaward Way, Qualicum Beach, on Dec. 20.

-A catalytic converter was reported stolen from a vehicle at the Memorial Avenue pullout, Qualicum Beach, on Dec. 21.

-A purse was reported stolen from a vehicle in the area of Alberni Highway and Jensen Avenue West, Parksville, on Dec. 21. The purse was returned missing a cell phone and credit cards.

-A white 2007 Keystone Hornet travel trailer, BC plate WLK20F, was reported stolen from a storage facility in Parksville, on Dec. 21. 

-Used batteries were reported stolen from a storage compound in the 400 block of Island Highway East, Parksville on Dec. 22. 

-A blue Coleman cooler, a green lantern and a small propane tank were reported stolen from a property in the 200 block of Dunbar Way, Parksville on Dec. 24.

Trespassing 

-A trespasser was reported in the 200 block of Jensen Avenue East, Parksville, on Dec. 20. 

-A small fire by trespassers outside a building triggered a fire alarm and exterior sprinklers in the 300 block of Island Highway East, Parksville on Dec. 21.

-A small fire by trespassers was reported in the 100 block of Island Highway East, Parksville, on Dec. 21.

-A trespasser was reported in the first block of Woodland Drive, Parksville, on Dec. 21.

-A trespasser was reported in the 500 block of Nootka Road, Qualicum Beach, on Dec. 24.

Counterfeit money

-A counterfeit Canadian $100 bill, serial number RUV0014912, was received by a financial intuition in Parksville, on Dec. 21. 

Stolen vehicles not recovered

-A white 2000 Dodge Dakota, BC plate NV9174, was reported stolen in the 200 block of Island Highway West, Parksville, on Nov. 8.  

-A black 2006 Ford F350, BC plate RE8080 was reported stolen in the area of Hilliers Road and Alberni Highway, Whiskey Creek, on Nov. 17. 

-A blue 2006 Toyota Sienna, BC plate CA809X, was reported stolen in the 900 block of Lee Road West, Parksville, on Dec. 2. 

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