RCMP investigating link in sports jersey break-ins
RCMP Surveillance photo taken from Enterprise Way break-in on March 29.
Kelowna RCMP say there's reason to believe that the same suspects are responsible for four recent break-ins.
Over the past month, police ahve responded to four different B&E's at three different businesses, with sports jerseys and memorabilia stolen from each.
The first incident happened March 27 at West Coast Authentic at Harvey and Spall, and involved a suspect throwing a rock through the front glass, and stealing thousands of dollars worth of sports jerseys.
Two days later, another business on Enterprise Way was broken into, and reported missing computers, cash, jerseys, and a signed ball cap.
On April 3, a suspect smashed their way into Eurosport on Cooper Road, and stole soccer team jackets and athletic wear, including track pants, hoodies, and shoes.
This past Wednesday, police got reports of another break-in at West Coast Authentic, where even more jerseys were stolen.