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Three people charged after numerous thefts from vehicles in Campbell River

Back in mid January Campbell River police arrested three individuals linked to the hundreds of thefts from vehicles that had happened in the Campbell River area. Now the RCMP are releasing the names of those charged and preparing for an opportunity for the victims of these thefts to view remaining seized items.

-Mitchell Klody (18) of Courtenay BC has been charged with Theft under $5000.

-Mark Anthony Randall (20) of Campbell River has been charged with Theft under $5000.

-Laura Randall (25) of Campbell River has been charged with Possession of property obtained by crime, and fraudulent use of a credit card.

Since the initial arrest members of the Community Response Unit compared the items recovered during a search warrant on the residence to open on-going investigations involving theft from vehicles. More charges are expected against the three accused.

 

 

Campbell River RCMP will be holding an opportunity for victims to view remaining property items on Thursday Feb. 5th 2015 at the Campbell River RCMP Detachment located at 275 South Dogwood Street. The remaining items consist mostly of jewellery, knives, sunglasses, and digital music players.. Members of the public who had property stolen from their vehicles between October 2014 and January 16th 2015 in the Willow Point or Ocean Grove area are asked to call 250-286-6221 and register in advance to view the property. Times are available between 11am-3pm. They will be required to provide as detailed a description of the missing item as possible, proof of purchase if available, or a serial number. Previous pictures of the item will also assist.

– Contributed by Campbell River RCMP.

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