VANCOUVER — Two robberies at the Vancouver office of the BC Cancer Foundation have left staff very shaken.
Foundation interim president Lou Del Gobbo says thieves made off with computers and equipment worth about $10,000 in early morning robberies on New Year's Day and Jan. 3.
He says no donor information was compromised because it is store on secured network drives, and any cash and cheques had already been deposited, so no donations were lost.
BC Cancer Foundation offices ransacked by thieves. Police investigating. pic.twitter.com/kt1MSoXQ4W— Jill Bennett (@jillreports) January 6, 2016
But Del Gobbo says the office was ransacked and staff are upset that anyone would steal from a charity.
He says the foundation is speaking with the owners of the building to develop a better security system.
No suspects have been identified but Vancouver Police Const. Brian Montague says investigators want to speak to anyone who may have details about the heists. (News1130, CKNW)
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