Two golf courses broken into over weekend

Valley View Golf Club in Perry Siding and the golf course at Fauquier were both hit by thieves early this month.

The Valley View Golf Club in Perry Siding was the first to get hit. Someone cut the locks off the golf cart shed and broke in on the evening of Nov. 2. Local RCMP believe it’s possible that whoever broke in may have parked by and walked onto the golf course.

The next golf course break and enter was out at Fauquier. Sometime between the evening of Nov. 1 and the morning of Nov. 2, someone cut the lock and entered a building on the course. Over 100 gallons of fuel was stolen from a tank at the golf course.

Both break ins occurred within a day of one another and police believe they could be related.

Anyone who may have noticed vehicles or people in the areas between Nov. 1 and 2 are asked to call the local RCMP or Crimestoppers.

-with files from the Nakusp RCMP


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