Thefts from residential properties being investigated by police.                                Western News file photo

Thefts from residential properties being investigated by police. Western News file photo

Thefts from residences under investigation

Penticton RCMP are investigating two thefts from residences

RCMP are continuing to investigate a pair of thefts from residential properties that occurred in the past 10 days.

The was first happened Nov. 14 at an Adamson Place home where someone made off with a 2014 Artic Cat side-by-side ATV.

According to Cpl. Ted Manchulenko the owner had blocked the ATV in with other vehicles as well as securing it but it was not enough to deter those responsible.

At this time there are no suspects and no video from the residence.

The second incident happened Nov. 18 in the 100-block of Dauphin Avenue and involved thefts from sheds.

One of the home owners reportedly confronted the suspects believed to be a male wearing a purple hoodie and a female wearing a black jacket and a toque. Both were wearing scarves over their faces.

After being approached, the pair fled in a southerly direction and due to the limited identification police have little to go on.