Vehicles vandalized at Whitehorse airport

Twenty vehicles were vandalized between August 9 and 10 in the Whitehorse airport parking lot, Whitehorse RCMP reported. Somebody smashed the vehicles' windows and riffled through them.

Twenty vehicles were vandalized between August 9 and 10 in the Whitehorse airport parking lot, Whitehorse RCMP reported.

Somebody smashed the vehicles’ windows and riffled through them.

Whitehorse RCMP couldn’t confirm whether anything had been stolen from the cars or whether any cars were stolen during that smashing spree.

On August 7 Whitehorse RCMP received a report of a 1999 Toyota Tercel being stolen from the airport parking lot.

While they later recovered the license plate, the car remains unaccounted for.

They recommend to not leave any valuables inside cars, including spare keys.

Anybody with information can contact the RCMP at 867-667-5555.

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