Public asked to lock vehicles, not leave keys

Rash of vehicles gone over past week

There has been a rash of vehicles being gone over the last week. It appears the vehicles targeted were left unlocked and gone through late at night or early morning. The vehicles stolen so far have had the keys left in the ignition. Please, everyone, take your keys out and lock your vehicles.

On March 14, a Silver 2001 4-door Oldsmobile Alero was stolen overnight from a residence on Elm Ave. The car is in good shape with a noticeable dent on the right side of the front bumper and was taken between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. overnight. If any person has information relating to this file, please report to 100 Mile House RCMP and quote file 2018-741.

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