Series of B and E's in Penticton
A series of break and enters to businesses happened in Penticton overnight on Monday.
Police say it started at Valley Ink Tattoo on Martin Street, an air conditioner unit pushed aside so thieves could get in.
Cash and a DVR were taken, and police are reviewing video surveillance.
Later, the Japanese Cura Kitchen on Main Street was hit; A window had been opened, however, nothing appeared to be missing.
A door was pried open at Perrin Orthodics, but again, nothing was missing, and it looks like thieves tried to pry open the rear door at Louise's Bridal on Westminster Avenue, but failed to get in.
Last Tuesday, Wine Crush market was hit, when the door was accidentally left open.
2 samsung laptops, a cash box, and a black Acer tablet were taken.
Video surveillance is being reviewed there, too.