Devastated after robbery

Madison Erhardt

Canine Campus in West Kelowna has a long journey ahead after a long weekend break-in.

Early Saturday, a person broke into the doggy daycare, stealing more than $8,000 in items. 

''A lady who was sitting in a cab saw a man come to the front door around 3:30 a.m. on Saturday. They turned on all the lights, and they were obviously leaving through the back door because all the stuff was piled up there," says Teri Lynn Mulders, owner of Canine Campus Dog Daycare. 

Roughly $200 in cash was stolen, as well as a laptop, tools, debit machines and merchandise. RCMP are investigating.

A neighbour has started a GoFundMe page to help cover the costs of stolen items. So far, more than $500 has been raised. 

''You hear a lot of people that get broken into and you feel bad for them, but you don't really know what they are going through until it happens to you," Mulders said.

''I'm devastated, I feel violated, I'm sad. I have cried a lot of tears over the past few days just knowing everything they have taken." 

Canine Campus has taken a number of new security measures to make sure this doesn't happen again. 

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