Victoria Buzz Staff
Two other people were injured in the explosion.
There are no immediate reports of damage.
An investigation into the incident is currently ongoing.
The 20-year-old victim walked to the hospital after the incident.
Officers also found shotgun ammunition, two imitation firearms, and a range of stolen property
Campgrounds will reopen in June
The driver found the arrow lodged into the side of their vehicle when they got home.
"The young man is extremely lucky to be alive."
One of them shot a tube flare at an employee who narrowly dodged the flame
They seized several types of narcotics, including fentanyl.
Strong wind gusts will pick up late this afternoon.
The stolen inflatable is a motorized 11-foot Avon valued at about $35,000.
Avoid the 1300-block of Esquimalt Road.
The suspect was known to the victim.
They also seized three sets of soft and hard body armour.
Canada Day festivities, car shows and all other major events have also been cancelled.
Her family are very concerned about her well-being
We’ll see you at the lake next year!
Her cell phone was traced to Vancouver.
We need to find this girl ASAP!
He has a history of fleeing from police.
Multiple fire departments are on scene.
The city may be looking at supporting smaller block parties instead
Investigators believe it is a targeted incident.
The break-in occurred on April 7th.
They were able to locate the real owner of the home.
Two other motorcyclists with the first rider were also injured in the collision.
He was last seen April 16th in the Topaz Park area.
The city had planned to hike property taxes by 3.5% this year.
Property crime is up 22% since March 15th.
In the Topaz Park area
Recovered items include power tools, liquor, and a 65" TV.
The concert was set to take place on April 29th.
Stolen vehicle incidents went up by 167% this year
That's about 65,000 single doses for use by health care workers!
It occurred at the intersection of Hammond Bay and Stephenson Point Roads.
Enjoy the sun, but remember to maintain physical distance!
They may have set a new record!
It dropped to 99.9 cents per litre on Thursday
“Oper maintains regular contact with family and for him to stop all communication is out of character, and have caused them concern.”
It's believed that all of these fires were set intentionally.
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Officers recovered the stolen mail and it will be returned to Canada Post.
The event was scheduled to happen in early May.