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Identity of two burglary suspects sought after RCMP issues drawings

These two men are sought by Shawnigan Lake RCMP as suspects in an Oct. 9 home burglary in Mill Bay. - Courtesy RCMP
These two men are sought by Shawnigan Lake RCMP as suspects in an Oct. 9 home burglary in Mill Bay.
— image credit: Courtesy RCMP

Drawings of two suspects in the October burglary of a Mill Bay home have police asking citizens to identify the alleged criminals.

The break and enter to a Sandy Beach Road residence was reported to Shawnigan Lake RCMP.

The house was broken into on the evening of Oct. 8, Sgt. Robb Webb's release says, and it was systematically looted of numerous paintings and electronics, totaling thousands of dollars.

"Two male suspects, as well as a blue sedan, were seen at the house. RCMP are requesting the help of the public in identifying two males who may be responsible for this crime."

Folks with information can contact the Shawnigan Lake RCMP at 250-743-5514, or Crime Stoppers at 1 800 665-8477.

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