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  • Writer's pictureJeff Palmer

Crime Alerts - June 2 - 9

Updated: Jun 9

Calls For Police Service In West Vancouver Since Last Alerts – 459


BNE Residential - Upper Ambleside

● Resident alerted by security camera system to male attempting to break-in at front door of residence

● Patrol members assisted by Police K9 responded to area. Male suspect located & arrested

BNE Residential (Attempted) - Central British Properties

● Hydro reported cut at vacant home for sale. Damage to entry door found

● No entry gained

BNE Residential/Theft of Bicycle - Dundarave

● eBike stolen from unsecured residential garage


Theft of eScooter (Suspect Arrested) - Marine Dr/Taylor Way

● Mall security reported male cutting lock on eScooter in retail area parking

● Responding officers located suspect at Lions Gate Bridge. Arrested without incident

● Suspect also subject of 7 arrest warrants relating to prior alleged offences

Theft of eScooter - Marine Dr/Taylor Way

● Locked eScooter stolen from parking rack in retail area parking

Theft - Lions Gate Bridge / Spirit Trail

● Vehicle license plate stolen from vehicle in residential parking

Theft of Bicycle - Lions Gate Bridge/Marine Drive

● Locked bicycle from outside residence

Theft (Bicycle Part) - Marine Dr/Taylor Way

● front tire stolen from eBike locked to rack in retail area parking

Theft of Bicycle - Horseshoe Bay

● Locked eBike stolen from parking rack

Theft of Bicycle - Taylor Way / Marine Dr

● Locked eBike stolen from retail area parking rack

Theft from Auto - Taylor Way / Marine Dr

● Passenger window smashed on vehicle in open area parking.

● Personal items stolen

Theft from Auto (Attempted) - Taylor Way / Marine Dr

● Passenger window smashed on vehicle in retail area parking. Vehicle rummaged

● No items noted stolen


Mischief - Dundarave

● Window on residence broken by thrown rock. No entry to home

Mischief - Ambleside

● Side of parked vehicle scraped with key


Attempted Fraud - Grandparent Scam

● Suspect called resident, falsely claiming to be RCMP, demanding cash bail for resident's son.

● Resident was able to contact son, confirm wellbeing and police were called. No financial loss

Attempted Fraud - Grandparent Scam

● Suspect called resident, claiming to be resident's son and that he needed bail money.

● Resident proceeded to bank requesting withdrawal. Staff recognized circumstances, advised intended victim that a fraud was in progress and contacted police. No financial loss

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