North Shuswap break-ins show disturbing trend

Known mostly for its remote beauty, a lack of people around the Shuswap area during the winter means it is easy for burglars to strike (image courtesy P. Earley/Wikimedia Commons).
Bill Long runs a pharmacy in the small north Shuswap town of Scotch Creek.

But he's not feeling very good about some of his neighbors these days.

At least one of them appears to be a thief.
Bill tells Daybreak host Shelley Joyce about what's been happening in the community lately.

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