Unlocked doors lead to theft in Masset

Between Jan. 21 and 27, Masset RCMP responded to 24 calls for service.

Between Jan. 21 and 27, Masset RCMP responded to 24 calls for service.

These calls for service included four public intoxication files, four false alarms, two thefts from vehicles and one reported break and enter.

The Masset RCMP again would like to remind the public to lock their vehicles and homes when away from them. The RCMP responded to a break and enter and two thefts from vehicles this past week. In all three cases the doors were unlocked, providing the culprit(s) easy access to items inside. The Masset RCMP urge the public to do what they can to prevent themselves from becoming a victim of these crimes of opportunity. Please lock your doors.

As always, any suspicious activity can be reported to the Masset RCMP at 250-626-3991 or anonymously to Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or online at www.bccrimestoppers com.

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