Early morning break-in at Parksville Dairy Queen

Oceanside RCMP said incident occurred at 1:50 a.m. on April 17

The Dairy Queen at 154 Island Highway E. in Parksville was broken into early Wednesday morning.

The Oceanside RCMP said the break-in occurred at 1:50 a.m. on April 17 and that they are reviewing video evidence and awaiting results from the forensic examination of the scene. RCMP have confirmed a video posted on social media (below) depicts a person that they have an “interest in identifying.”

RELATED: RCMP ask Parksville Qualicum Beach businesses for help battling thieves

“Anyone with information about the break-in is asked to call police or Crime Stoppers,” said Oceanside RCMP Sgt. Stephen Rose.

Rose said it doesn’t appear that anything was stolen.

karly.blats@pqbnews.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter 

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

‘Soft Shore’ public art installation at Parksville city hall more expensive than planned

Plans to install centerpiece from MAC summer show hits roadblocks

Water flushing in Parksville runs until April

Residents can expect water discolouration

Mid Island Distance runners in fine form as season opens

Club competes at 10th annual Harry Jerome meet

Open house set for Feb. 20 to discuss planned cell tower in Qualicum Beach

Concerned resident has started petition in opposition

RDN considering development charges to go toward parks in rural areas

Motion deferred in order to allow for further consultation

WATCH: Man creates intricate replicas of Parksville-area buildings

Historic models currently on display at community centre

#FoxForFiver: Support grows in B.C. to put Terry Fox on new $5 bill

Terry Fox’ Marathon of Hope raised money for cancer research

Nanaimo-bound ferry breaks down, but another available for service

Two sailings cancelled Sunday on Tsawwassen-Duke Point route

Registration opens soon for BC 55+ Games in Richmond

2020 55+ Games have been officially scheduled for Sept. 15 to 19

Trudeau confers with cabinet ministers as rail blockades continue

The Trudeau government has been criticized for not doing more to end the blockades

Canadian nurses’ unions warn national standards for coronavirus protection too low

President says safety protocols nationwide are inadequate compared to those in Ontario and other countries

Murder of sex worker exposes Canada’s hypocrisy on prostitution: advocate

A 2014 law made purchasing sex or benefiting from the selling of sex illegal

Wet’suwet’en return to northern B.C. forest road pipeline workers move through: First Nation

Opponents of a pipeline who support the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs have reoccupied camps at centre of arrests

Most Read