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Lack of reports leave lost items in limbo at Oak Bay Police Departmentreturned to those who have been deprived of them,” Smith said. “The disconnect
Lack of reports leave lost items in limbo at Oak Bay Police Department
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
returned to those who have been deprived of them,” Smith said. “The disconnect is generally due to the fact that many, if not most people, are not reporting their items missing.” Report missing items to the Oak Bay Police Department at 250-592-2... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Lack of reports leave lost items in limbo at Oak Bay Police Departmentreturned to those who have been deprived of them,” Smith said. “The disconnect
Lack of reports leave lost items in limbo at Oak Bay Police Department
Oak Bay News / Posted yesterday
returned to those who have been deprived of them,” Smith said. “The disconnect is generally due to the fact that many, if not most people, are not reporting their items missing.” Report missing items to the Oak Bay Police Department at 250-592-2... Read more
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BC Local News
Youth arrested after indecent actnear or on the UVic campus last week. “There was a male detained and dealt wit
Youth arrested after indecent act
BC Local News / Posted 16 days ago
near or on the UVic campus last week. “There was a male detained and dealt with by Saanich,” said Deputy Chief Kent Thom, Oak Bay Police Department. “We’ll be liaising with them a little bit later to determine if there will be charges laid in our... Read more
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BC Local News
Summer piano season ends on sour noteinvestigator was able to close the panel but could not find the cover of the pi
Summer piano season ends on sour note
BC Local News / Posted 16 days ago
investigator was able to close the panel but could not find the cover of the piano,” said Deputy Chief Kent Thom, Oak Bay Police Department. “Apparently the piano was still functioning properly.” The piano painted by artist Dorothy... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Summer piano season ends on sour noteinvestigator was able to close the panel but could not find the cover of the pi
Summer piano season ends on sour note
Oak Bay News / Posted 16 days ago
investigator was able to close the panel but could not find the cover of the piano,” said Deputy Chief Kent Thom, Oak Bay Police Department. “Apparently the piano was still functioning properly.” The piano painted by artist Dorothy... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Youth arrested after indecent actnear or on the UVic campus last week. “There was a male detained and dealt wit
Youth arrested after indecent act
Oak Bay News / Posted 16 days ago
near or on the UVic campus last week. “There was a male detained and dealt with by Saanich,” said Deputy Chief Kent Thom, Oak Bay Police Department. “We’ll be liaising with them a little bit later to determine if there will be charges laid in our... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Police news in briefas a prime example. The penalty for an illegal u-turn is a $121 fine and two de
Police news in brief
Oak Bay News / Posted 1 months ago
as a prime example. The penalty for an illegal u-turn is a $121 fine and two demerit points. Fake bills still appearing Oak Bay police department received six reports of counterfeit currency being passed in the municipality over the past month.... Read more
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BC Local News
Raccoon injuries plague Oak Bay neighbourhoodpeople are animal supporting and loving of the animals.” Visit savetheraccoons
Raccoon injuries plague Oak Bay neighbourhood
BC Local News / Posted 1 months ago
people are animal supporting and loving of the animals.” Visit savetheraccoons.weebly.com for more information and photos. Police ask anyone with information to contact the Oak Bay Police Department 250-592-2424 or Crime Stoppers, 1-800-222... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Raccoon injuries plague Oak Bay neighbourhoodpeople are animal supporting and loving of the animals.” Visit savetheraccoons
Raccoon injuries plague Oak Bay neighbourhood
Oak Bay News / Posted 1 months ago
people are animal supporting and loving of the animals.” Visit savetheraccoons.weebly.com for more information and photos. Police ask anyone with information to contact the Oak Bay Police Department 250-592-2424 or Crime Stoppers, 1-800-222... Read more

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