Unsolved crimes: West Kel

You could have the missing piece of the puzzle that will help the RCMP put someone behind bars.  Here are some recent crimes that Central Okanagan Crime Stoppers hope you can help solve by calling our anonymous tips line at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), visit our website at www.crimestoppers.net or text to CRIMES (274637), keyword Ktown.



DATE:             January 26, 2018

RCMP FILE:   2018-4666

A woman whose car was parked at a winery on the 300 block of Boucherie Road had her grey four-door Hyundai sedan broken into between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. on January 26th.   The driver’s door sustained damage where the suspect used a tool to jimmy open the door.  The thief stole a large black shoulder bag containing a silver iPad Air 2 in a black case with serial number DMTT26HMG5YP.

If you know anything about this crime, or any other crime, call the Central Okanagan Crime Stoppers’ anonymous tips line at 1-800-222-TIPS or visit our website at www.crimestoppers.net.    Your information will be kept confidential and could lead to a reward of up to $2000.00.



DATE:             January 26, 2018

RCMP FILE:    2018-4633

A woman attended the West Kelowna RCMP Detachment on January 26th to file a report of an overnight theft.  Someone had stolen three hubcaps from her green 2007 Infiniti FX35  between midnight and 9:00 a.m.


You can help catch these suspects and qualify for a reward by calling Crime Stoppers’ anonymous tips line at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), visit our website at www.crimestoppers.net or text to CRIMES (274637), keyword Ktown.

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Crime Stoppers empowers regular people to fight back against crime. Anyone can submit an anonymous tip by using our tips line, and if that tip leads to an arrest the individual will receive a reward for their efforts.

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