RCMP investigating series of weekend car thefts

Four vehicles were stolen over the weekend in various Whitehorse neighbourhoods, the RCMP says.

Four vehicles were stolen over the weekend in various Whitehorse neighbourhoods, the RCMP says.

Police didn’t release any dates or times for when the vehicles went missing from the Porter Creek, Takhini and Crestview subdivisions other than to say the crimes all happened over the weekend.

Three of the vehicles have been recovered. The RCMP are still looking for a 2007 grey Buick sedan with Yukon license plate HHN76.

“In most of these cases the keys to the vehicle were in the vehicle which had been left unlocked,” said Sgt. Dave Wallace in an email.

“The RCMP would like to remind people of the importance of securing their property when left unattended.”

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