A liquor store robbery in Oak Bay leads the day’s top stories.

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Police Tweet-along on New Year’s Eve

With nearly 30 impaired drives so far this holiday season police are cracking down on New Year’s Eve. For more read the full story by Victoria News reporter Nina Grossman. CLICK HERE.

Police on lookout

Police are asking the public for any information on a group of youths allegedly involved in an aggravated assault. For more information on this story by Aaron Guillen, CLICK HERE.

Do you know these men?

Police are looking for two suspects who got away with breaking into a liquor store. To read the story by Aaron Guillen, CLICK HERE.

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