Kelowna Mazda has been just one business that’s been broken into along Enterprise Way in the last two weeks (Photo courtesy of Google Maps)

Kelowna Mazda has been just one business that’s been broken into along Enterprise Way in the last two weeks (Photo courtesy of Google Maps)

Slew of break-ins occur along Enterprise Way in Kelowna over last two weeks

RCMP said cars, computers have been some of the things stolen from local businesses

Multiple break-ins have occurred to businesses along Enterprise Way in the last two weeks, according to Kelowna RCMP.

RCMP said the latest break-in occurred at Kelowna Mazda along Enterprise Way just after 2:00 am on Friday, Jan. 10.

While RCMP said they arrived at the business shortly after receiving reports of the break-in, no one was found inside.

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RCMP believe the suspect gained entry to the business by smashing a window. After they were inside the business, they stole several computers. The investigation remains ongoing at this time.

RCMP said they are also investigating another slew of separate break-ins that have occurred to businesses along Leathead Road and Enterprise Way over the last two weeks.

RCMP said at least one car dealership has had a vehicle stolen during the break-ins.

“The suspect or suspects allegedly smash a window to gain entry into the building; once inside they are removing electronics and/or keys to vehicles in the lot,” said the RCMP.

“In multiple instances, vehicles have been taken once keys were obtained.”

RCMP said the break-ins occurred overnight and in the early morning hours. RCMP said multiple suspects have been identified and that a police investigation remains ongoing at this time.

With the latest incidents, RCMP said they encourage business owners to install a security system on their property.


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