The following are some of the calls of interest the Delta police responded to in the South Delta area between Monday, April 16 and Sunday, April 22:
. April 19, 3: 35 p.m., 1800-block of 56th Street: Truck dropped off at rental business by a client was reported stolen. Keys were taken from the drop box. Vehicle located nearby with fuel siphoned and a dolly missing. Vehicle towed back to rental company.
. April 19, 5: 57 p.m., 200-block of Centennial Parkway: Two bicycles were stolen from the yard of residence. Bicycles described as a women's white Giant mountain bike and a men's blue and grey Giant mountain bike with the approximate value of $3,500.
. April 19, 10: 19 p.m., 1600-block of 56th Street: Auto shop reported that sometime overnight two customers' vehicles were stolen. Owners of vehicles had left the vehicles locked after dropping their keys through the mail slot of the business. Information regarding vehicles entered on the police database.
. April 21, 8: 34 p.m., 4600-block of 46A Avenue: Police gave the resident a bylaw warning regarding a noisy party. The party quieted down without incident.
. April 16, 9: 02 p.m., 4600-block of Harvest Drive: Complainant left her vehicle parked in the bus loop park and ride and when she returned she found $100 damage had been done to her side door lock. No entry was gained to the vehicle.
. April 17, 6: 08 a.m., 4900-block of Bridge Street: Police responded to an alarm call at the building supply business and found the rear door had been pried open. Photographs and fingerprints taken for further investigation.
. April 19, 4: 12 p.m., 6000-block of 64th Street: Two vehicles parked at the stables were vandalized. One vehicle had the rear left window smashed and the other had the front right window smashed. Nothing was stolen from the vehicles. Total damage to vehicles: $400.
. April 19, 9: 18 a.m., 4700-block of 62nd Street: Report received that a vehicle left on the street by the park had a broken window. Police attended and located the owner of the vehicle who was not aware of the incident. No items stolen from the vehicle.
. April 22, 1 a.m., 6300block of Dawn Drive: Police responded to a noise complaint and found a karaoke party in progress. Resident advised of the noise bylaw and agreed to lower the noise level.