15 computers stolen from UVic over holidays

January 7, 2019

The Oak Bay Police are investigating the theft of 15 computers from the University of Victoria after responding to a break-and-enter call earlier this week, reports Victoria News. They determined that the crime occurred at UVic’s MacLaurin building between December 27th and 30th. Victoria News adds that the university’s campus was closed between Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. Deputy Chief Ray Bernoties states that, so far, there are no signs of a forced entry and is asking the public to keep an eye out for anyone selling a large quantity of computers online or in pawn shops. Victoria News | iHeart Radio (BC)