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Repair shop in north Nanaimo has computers and phones stolen in break-in – Nanaimo News Bulletin




A burglar broke into UBreakiFix on Rutherford Road last week and stole laptops, tablets, phones and parts. (Photos submitted)

A burglar broke into UBreakiFix on Rutherford Road last week and stole laptops, tablets, phones and parts. (Photos submitted)

Repair shop in north Nanaimo has computers and phones stolen in break-in

RCMP were on scene quickly at UBreakiFix but suspect had already made off with items


Police were on scene minutes after a burglary at an electronics repair shop last week, but weren’t able to catch up to the crook.

Nanaimo RCMP received a report of an alarm activated at UBreakiFix on Rutherford Road a little after 7 a.m. Jan. 6 and were on scene within three minutes, but the thief had already made off with several items.

The owner said in an e-mail to the News Bulletin that “laptops, tablets, phones and parts” were taken in the crime.

Nanaimo RCMP said in an e-mail that Police Dog Services were called to the scene, but the dog wasn’t able to establish a track of the suspect.

Video surveillance showed a masked suspect wearing a sweatsuit and skater-style shoes and carrying a shoulder bag.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Nanaimo RCMP’s non-emergency line and quote file No. 2021-621.

For past coverage of unsolved crimes in Nanaimo, click here.



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