Police busy with B.C. Day break-ins

Police responded to three break-and-enters and one attempted break-in

RCMP vehicle. File photo

In Penticton, the police were busy on Monday with a number of break-and-enters and attempted break-ins.

It started with a break-in at Valley Ink Tattoos on Martin Street overnight, where cash and a DVR were stolen.

Penticton RCMP’s identification team is investigating, and surveillance video is being reviewed.

Another break-in was reported at the Japanese Cura Restaurant in the 1400 block of Main Street.

Nothing was reported missing in that incident, however damage was done to the window, where the suspects gained entry.

A final break-in was reported at Perrin Orthodontics, where the door was pried open, but despite a number of valuables in the building, nothing was stolen.

Another attempted break-in was reported at Louise’s Bridal Fashions on Westminster Avenue.

A door showed signs of someone attempting to pry it open, but entry wasn’t gained.

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