On June 5th police entered into a report of a break, enter and theft at a residence on the 1900 block of Stewart Avenue in Courtenay. The homeowner returned from work to find and window open and an outside door unlocked. A large amount of Canadian coins were stolen from the residence.

On June 6th police received a report of a break, enter and theft from an unlocked residence on the 3600 block of Lake Trail road in Courtenay. The owner reports going camping for the night and upon his return found that someone had entered his residence and stolen a TV and an X-Box system.

Police received a report of a stolen generator on June 7th from a campsite at 1812 Miracle Beach drive in Black Creek. The owner stated that sometime over the night someone unplugged and stole their Honda 2000I generator. This generator was being used to assist the complainant’s son who has a serious medical condition.

The Comox Valley Block Watch will be holding their semi-annual meeting on June 23rd between 5 and 6:30 PM at the Quality Foods store, in the upstairs meeting room. All interested parties are invited to attend and learn more about the program or get signed up to start their own block watch group.

Police wish to warn the general public of a scam that is sweeping the Comox Valley. Multiple calls have been received by police that have people worried about being arrested. They report that they have received a call from someone purporting themselves to be from the Canada Revenue Agency and wanted money or a warrant would be issued for their arrest. This is not the way that the CRA would conduct business so we are urging everyone to be aware of possible scams such as this, to protect yourselves and your finances.