News Releases

Temporary Cameras To Be Deployed For Remembrance Day Operations

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Victoria, BC – As with previous events, we will be deploying temporary cameras in support of our operations to ensure public safety during this year’s Remembrance Day ceremonies.

While there is no information indicating a known threat to these ceremonies, members of our armed forces have been the targets of attacks during official duties on Canadian soil in the recent past. The deployment of these cameras as part of our operations to help keep all of those who gather to remember the sacrifices of those who have served our nation safe.

Suspect Arrested In Robbery That Led To Esquimalt High School Lockdown

Thursday, November 9, 2017
File #: 
17-47951

Victoria, BC - A suspect has been arrested after a robbery in Esquimalt earlier this week.

On Monday, November 6th, 2017 shortly before noon, VicPD officers responded to Esquimalt High School for the report of a robbery with a knife. Due to the robbery occurring within a close proximity of the school, the school was placed in “lock down.”

Officers searched the school and confirmed that the suspect was not on the school grounds. Investigators have been working all week to identify and locate the suspect.

Officers Investigating After Three Incidents in James Bay

Thursday, November 9, 2017
File #: 
17-48334

Officers are searching for a suspect responsible for three calls for service last night.

 

Officers attended the 200-block of Michigan Street last night for the report of a suspicious person. The complainant reported that a man was banging on a window of a residence.  Officers attended the area and, while speaking with that complainant, got the report of a man with a similar description trying car doors in a parking lot at Simcoe and Menzies Street.

 

Officers Investigating After Assault with a Weapon

Wednesday, November 8, 2017
File #: 
17-48190

Victoria, BC- Officers are investigating after the report of an assault with a weapon last night.

Officers attended the parkade in the 700-block of Johnson Street shortly after 8:30 p.m. for the report of an assault in progress. Upon arrival, police located a security guard suffering non-life threatening injuries.

According to the victim,  the suspect was smoking something and an altercation occurred.  The victim was assaulted by what he believed to be bear spray and the suspect fled on foot.

BC Ambulance attended and the victim was treated at the scene.

ALERT | James Bay Parents & Caregivers Urged To Check Children’s Halloween Candy After Package of Marihuana Gummies Handed Out

Wednesday, November 1, 2017
File #: 
17-47136

Victoria, BC – Officers are urging parents to check their children’s Halloween candy after parents called police to report that their child had been given a package of marihuana gummies while trick-or-treating.

This Bicycle Isn’t Abandoned – It’s Available To Ride

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Victoria, BC – The arrival of the U-bicycle to Victoria has opened up bike riding possibilities to many in our community. These dockless rental bicycles, which are rented via an app, have appeared throughout Victoria. In addition to people riding them, the bicycles’ arrival has also had an unintended consequence – people mistakenly reporting them abandoned.

Missing Young Woman Lovely Aubourg has been located

Friday, October 27, 2017
File #: 
17-46372

Update: Lovely Aubourg has been located. Thank you for your assistance. 

Victoria, BC – Officers are asking for your assistance as we work to locate missing woman Lovely Aubourg.

Lovely is described as an 17-year-old Black teen girl standing five feet, tall, with a slim build, weighing about  120 lbs. Lovely has  brown eyes and black hair that is often parted in the middle and is just past her shoulders in length. Two photographs of Lovely are below. 

Investigators have information that Lovely may be headed to Vancouver or the Lower Mainland.

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