Mar 14, 2013 / 3:45 pm
Thieves were able to make off with a number of computers from a downtown Kelowna business Monday.
According to police, a thief or thieves managed to pinch four computers from Roketto on Bernard Avenue.
The owner of the company alerted police about 8:30 Monday morning that the back door was open and several computers were missing.
Sgt. Wade Seversen says the owner had secured the business a few days prior to the break-in.
It is uncertain how entry was gained.
"The thief/thieves exited via the rear door leaving it open and undamaged," says Seversen.
Items stolen include:
- Two 2011 IMAC computers with 27 inch screens. White in colour
- One 2011 IMAC computer with 24 inch screen. White in colour
- One Dell Inspiron Notebook with 15 inch screen
Anyone with information is asked to contact Kelowna RCMP at 250-762-3300.
Read more Kelowna News
City of Kelowna
Kelowna Discussion Forum
Kelowna's Cultural District
Kelowna Road Closures
William R. Bennett Bridge
Central Okanagan Regional District
District of Peachland
District of Lake Country
School District 23
- Cyclist hit on Baron Rd. May 16
- Collision causes gas spill May 16
- Cross-dressing groper on the loose May 16
- Kelowna crime down in first quarter May 15
- Liberal triumph good for business May 15
- Mission Creek flood watch lifted May 14
- Paving coming to a road near you May 14
- Two-wheel transportation turns the tide May 14
- Capital spending may top $500M by 2020 May 14
- Kelowna Council highlights May 13