WHITE ROCK — Thieves were apparently feeling a little hungry and a little dirty in White Rock during the month of September. In one incident, somebody apparently broke into a vehicle to steal a bag of granola and a bottle of Purell disinfectant.
The incident was one of 16 vehicle thefts reported in September as part of the RCMP's monthly crime report. Other items stolen from vehicles include wallets, purses, electronics and Nexus cards and police are reminding people to leave nothing of value in vehicles.
Other cases of crime in the city by the sea include the theft of tools from construction sites, graffiti sprayed at an elementary school and seven incidents of break and enters.According to police, most of the break and enters occurred in the afternoon and items targeted were electronics, jewelry and passports.
As a reminder, police are warning people to ensure all doors and windows are closed and locked at all times.
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