Several valuable items were taken during a break-and-enter theft earlier this month at a house in Harewood. (NEWS BULLETIN file)

Perfume stolen in home break-in in Nanaimo

Laptops and watches also taken from home on Brookfield Drive sometime during the day on Sept. 9

Several valuable items were taken during a break-and-enter theft earlier this month at a house in Harewood.

A home on Brookfield Drive was broken into sometime during the day on Sept. 9, according to a recent unsolved crimes report provided by the Nanaimo RCMP as part of a Crime Stoppers partnership with the News Bulletin.

Two laptop computers – a Lenovo and an HP, both black in colour – were taken. Also stolen were six watches, including a black-and-silver Lee Cooper, a Roadster, and Armani Exchange, a U.S. Polo, a Calvin Klein and a Casio G-Shock. Various bottles of perfume were taken, as well.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, text 274637, keyword Nanaimo or submit a tip online at www.nanaimocrimestoppers.com.

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