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Seven thefts from vehicles. Stolen Jeep burned. Bike stolen. Lost a wallet?

Seven thefts from vehicles

This is a case where the number seven isn’t so lucky.

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Squamish RCMP say items were stolen from vehicles seven times from Nov. 26 to 30.

Most of these incidents happened on Nov. 27 at Maple and Guildford Drive in Valleycliffe.

Among the things taken were change, a black Suunto Ambit 3 Peak GPS watch, survival gear and fishing gear in a green canvas case. 

Squamish RCMP say in the fall months police tend to see an increase in thefts, and are reminding people to lock their cars and remove valuables from vehicles.


Stolen Jeep burned

A stolen grey 2007 Jeep Commander was found burned out along the Cheekye Forest Service Road near Cat Lake.

Police were informed of the finding on Nov. 27.

The theft occurred on West Vancouver near Park Royal on Nov. 21.

Officers are looking for anyone with information as to when the vehicle was there, or a fire in the area.


Bike stolen

A black Trek mountain bike was stolen from the intersection of Winnipeg and Third Avenue.

White and grey writing is on the bike, as well as a black bottle holder.

Police were informed the incident on Nov. 26, though it happened about two weeks beforehand.


Lost a wallet?

Squamish RCMP are looking for someone who lost a women's style Gucci clutch wallet.

Police say it was found on Meadow Avenue in Squamish on Nov. 20. 

Officers are hoping to reunite the wallet with its owner.


Nov. 26 to Dec. 2


Total Number of Files: 125

7 - False Alarms

1 - Theft of Bike over $5000

1 - Excessive Speed - Over 40 km Above Speed Limit

7 - Theft from Motor Vehicle


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