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Vehicle break-ins spike in East Courtenay, Comox

Two male suspects are wanted in connection with vehicle break-ins in East Courtenay near Comox. - Photo submitted
Two male suspects are wanted in connection with vehicle break-ins in East Courtenay near Comox.
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The Comox Valley RCMP are warning the public about a recent spike in theft from vehicles in the East Courtenay and Comox areas.

The culprits are moving from area to area, entering unlocked vehicles. Once inside the vehicles the culprits are stealing Electronic devices, wallets and any money that is accessible to them.

Areas in which the culprits have stolen  items are Highwood Drive, Aspen Road, Mallard and Hawk drives and Fifth Street East areas.

The public are reminded to lock their vehicles and remove valuables in order to lock out crime.

If you have any information as to who commited these crimes or information in regards to these thefts they are asked to contact the Comox Valley RCMP at 250-338-1321 or Crimestoppers at

1-800-222-TIPS(8477).

— Comox Valley RCMP

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