Six items worth nearly $12,500 were reported stolen after a break and enter at a Saanich home between July 25 and 30. (File photo)

Police search for suspect in break and enter, theft at Saanich home

Six items worth nearly $12,500 reported stolen

Saanich police are investigating a break-in on Queenswood Drive where six items worth nearly $12,500 were reported stolen.

The Saanich Police Department is looking into the incident which took place at a residence in the 2300-block of Queenswood Drive – just off Arbutus Road – at some point between July 25 and 30.

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The home security system was disabled after the power was cut off and the suspects were able to enter without detection, said Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers in a social media post on July 31.

Six items were reported stolen – a brown and grey Kuiu backpack worth about $450, a 10-carat white gold tennis bracelet with a one-carat diamond valued at $3,500, a blue and black AquaLung 1450T watch worth up to $780, a $950 black Garmin Fenix 6 Pro GPS watch, diamond earrings worth $1,624 and a black Tag Heuer Carrera SS watch valued at $5,134.

Anyone with information about the incident or who knows where the stolen items are can call the Saanich Police Department’s non-emergency line at 250-475-4321. To report anonymously, call Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or submit an anonymous tip online at victoriacrimestoppers.ca.


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