The RCMP are investigating a pair of break and enters of area golf courses.

RCMP investigating pair of golf course break-ins

Nakusp RCMP are investigating a report of a break and enter which occurred at the Fauquier Golf Club.

  • Nov. 4, 2013 3:00 p.m.

Nakusp RCMP are investigating a report of a break and enter which occurred at the Fauquier Golf Club.

On Sunday, police received the report and subsequently learned that sometime between Friday evening and Saturday morning, a lock was cut off a building on the property and access was gained. The thieves also gained access to a fuel tank and stole over 100 gallons of fuel.

In what could be a related incident, Saturday evening, culprits entered the property of the Valley View Golf Club in Perry Siding, BC where they gained entry into the golf cart shed by cutting the locks off the building.

Police believe it is possible that the suspect(s) parked close by and walked onto the property.

Both incidents appear to have occurred within a day of one another and may be related. The Nakusp and Slocan Lake RCMP are continuing to investigate these incidents. Police are requesting that anyone who may have noticed vehicles or suspicious person(s) in the above mentioned areas, to contact your local RCMP or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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