Port Alberni RCMP are asking cabin owners on Great Central Lake to check their properties after three reports of break and enters of float cabins in the area.
The owner of a float cabin reported to police that some tools and a power inverter were stolen after discovering his building was entered on Nov. 24.
The investigation found the Brown’s Bay Dryland sort was also broken into, with a large amount of fuel stolen from heavy equipment.
Police say it appears the suspect used a motor-boat moored nearby to access the cabin.
In the early morning hours of Jan. 21, two men broke into another float cabin.
A game camera captured the suspects’ activities as they stole liquor, pellet guns and fuel cans.
Another cabin was broken into Jan. 27 where liquor and other items were stolen.
Police say they believe more cabins may have been broken into but have not yet been discovered or reported.
Mounties are asking homeowners if a break and enter is found and property has been stolen or damaged to not touch anything and contact police to investigate the scene.
Police are asking anyone to call them who have any information about the reported break-ins at Great Central Lake.