Oak Bay Deputy Police Chief calls B&E and theft at a care home - disgusting
Oak Bay Police are looking for tips as they investigate a break & enter and theft at a care facility on Bee Street last week.
A senior says a woman entered her unit through an unlocked front door while she was napping around 5:30 Friday March 8.
She woke and confronted her - but he woman fled. The suspect stole her passport, cash and her purse.
“Entering the residence of a vulnerable senior and stealing their property is disgusting," says Deputy Chief Ray Bernoties.
The suspect is described white, approx 25 years old, 5'6, with dark hair, dark clothing, tight pants.
Anyone with information on this crime is asked to call the Oak Bay Police or Crimestoppers.
Social Media Helps to Possibly Identify Break and Enter Suspect
Oak Bay Police believe they have a lead on a woman who entered a Care Facility on Bee Street last week, and helped herself to a senior's belongings while she was napping. A high quality photo was posted on social media which led to tips to her identity.