Dozens of Victoria buildings missing keys, putting security at risk
By Canadian SecurityNews Public Sector
Security has been compromised for at least 35 multi-unit residential and commercial buildings in Victoria after keys were stolen from their lock boxes.
Victoria police and fire are investigating how the keys went missing from the secure compartments, located on the outside of buildings.
They are used to store keys or key fobs that allow emergency and utility crews to access the buildings’ common areas, such as hallways, stairwells and parking garages.
Read the full story on the Times Colonist website here.
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