Thieves targeting several trailers in the Merritt area.
Merritt RCMP Cst Tracy Dunsmore says the break-ins occurred sometime over the weekend of September 15th and 16th.
Luckily, nothing of real monetary value was taken.
"Some were off Hwy 97C. Sheds, trailers and motor homes that were stored out there were hit. They all seemed to be at summer properties. And, then there was one out on Hwy 5A, where a shed was broken into."
There are no suspects, and Dunsmore says it's unclear if any, or all the break-ins are linked.
Anyone with information about these, or any other break-ins are asked to contact Merritt RCMP or Crime Stoppers.
Schoenborn is scheduled to appear before the BC Review Board again, November 7th at Colony Farm Forensic Psychiatric Hospital.
Dave Teixeira, who speaks on behalf of his ex-wife, indicates the hearing is scheduled for one day.
"What we don’t know is what he is asking for. In fact, we often don’t know what he is looking for in terms of freedoms until he gets into the hearing room. So, we are kind of on pins and needles waiting to see what he will ask for this time."
Schoenborn was convicted of first-degree murder for killing his daughter and two sons in their Merritt home back in 2008 but found not criminally responsible because of a mental disorder.
The union representing thousands of Canada Post workers says it will stay at the bargaining table, averting a potential strike.
Locals hoping to put Merritt on the craft brewing map.
Kyle and his wife Kelly Hall are in the process of opening a craft brewery at 2190 Voght St.
Should they receive the necessary approvals from the province, and a zoning variance from the city, he's hopeful it will be open early next year.
He is currently developing several different beers for it, including German pilsners, sours, heppavisons and radlers.
"It will feature beer made with local ingredients, local hops and honeys and those types of things. Really when it comes to the craft brew market its really a no-holds barred as far as styles are concerned, as its really just about what people want. I've been brewing for 25-years but on a private basis, but now its time to go pro, and move to the next level."
Hall says the goal of the proposed brewery is to give residents and people that visit another option for entertainment, and not to directly compete with local bars and restaurants.