Police are investigating a number of broken windows at École Entre-Lacs School on Nelson Avenue reported at 2:30 a.m. Sept. 17.
Upon attending police were unable to find any suspects and are following up with witnesses and video.
Golf clubs taken
A set of men’s and women’s golf clubs were stolen from a Lincoln Navigator vehicle parked on Atkinson Street overnight on Sept. 16.
The women’s clubs were Ping brand and were in a black and red bag with the name “Michelle” engraved. They were valued at $1,500.
The men’s club were Titleist and were in a grey golf bag with an unknown value. It is possible the vehicle had been left unlocked.
According to police a neighbour reportedly saw two people dressed in black on bicycles take the clubs from the car about 6 a.m. however did not report the matter to police.
The investigation is continuing.
Okanagan Falls break in
A residence on Birch Street in Okanagan Falls was broken into overnight on Sept. 16 while the residents were away.
Reportedly stolen were liquor, a Toshiba laptop computer and an MP3 player. It is believed the french doors had been forced open.
Keys and cards stolen
On Sept. 14 at 8:30 a.m. RCMP received a report of a break in at Nelson Street home.
Thieves were thought to have gained entry through an open sliding door.
Taken were a purse containing a wallet with credit and debit cards and keys to a Mercedes vehicle.
The cards were cancelled before any fraudulent use. The RCMP forensic unit attended the scene.