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Crime doesn't pay - but Crime Stoppers does!

Crime Stoppers

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Crime Stoppers is a civilian community organization devised to acquire information that assists law enforcement agencies in the resolution of crime.  Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards of up to $2,000.00 for information leading to the arrest of criminals, recovery of stolen property and seizure of illegal drugs while maintaining total anonymity to the caller and complete confidentiality of the tip.

The South Bruce OPP received a theft report from a property in the 1000 Block of Concession 12 in Huron Township. Sometime between 6:00 p.m. on March 9 and 8:00 a.m. on March 10, two corn heads were taken from a Fox Harvester. Each piece is deep orange in colour and weighs approximately 1,500 pounds. The value of the stolen property is estimated to be $1,000.00.

The South Bruce OPP received a break and enter report from Bruce Telecom located along Highway 21 in Bruce Township. Sometime between 10:00 p.m. on March 9 and 8:00 a.m. on March 10, the business was forcibly entered. The list of stolen property includes 3 safes, a quantity of Canadian cash and coin, a quantity of US currency, and Bruce Telecom stamps.

The South Bruce OPP received a mischief report from the Mullen Small Animal clinic located along Colborne Street in Walkerton. Sometime during the late evening of March 11 or the early morning hours of March 12, a driveway marker was smashed and the business sign was tampered with.

On March 15, the Saugeen Shores Police received reports of 7 unlocked vehicles being entered in Port Elgin and items taken from inside. The thefts occurred to vehicle parked on Elgin Street, Trillium Drive, Izzard Road, Mill Street, and Shantz Street. Items taken ranged from a GPS, change, cologne, gum, a chocolate bar, and car keys. These are crimes of opportunity, please “Lock It or Lose It”.

The South Bruce OPP received a theft report from a residence along Sideroad 25 in Carrick Township. Sometime between 3:30 p.m. and 6:45 p.m. on March 17, a black 2016 Can-am XMR ATV bearing licence 3DP63 was taken. There is no estimated value for the stolen ATV at this time. The serial number is on file with police.

The South Bruce OPP received a report of graffiti at a residence along Stinson Street in Mildmay on March 16. Officers arrived to find that spray paint had been used on a stump in the front yard. Graffiti is any writing, symbols or drawing applied to any surface without the property owner’s consent. Graffiti negatively impacts a community’s beautification. The removal or repair costs can be expensive, but it must be removed. Graffiti left unchallenged suggests a community that is apathetic about its appearance and most often leads to more graffiti being applied. The application of graffiti is a criminal act called mischief which carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in jail.

The South Bruce OPP received a theft report from a residence along Whitechurch Street in Kinloss Township. Sometime between March 10 and March 19, a gray Can-am Outlander ATV bearing licence 3BL84 was taken. The value of the stolen ATV is estimated to be $10,000.00. The serial number is on file with police.

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On March 20 the Saugeen Shores Police received a report that sometime overnight someone entered an unlocked vehicle on Eastwood Drive in Port Elgin and stole a GPS, wallet, and ball cap.

The South Bruce OPP received a report of a single vehicle crash at Pine River Cheese located along Highway 21 in Huron Township. Between 9:45 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. on March 19, a blue compact car ran into the side of the building and drove off.

On March 24 the Saugeen Shores Police received a complaint of a fail to remain motor vehicle accident. A 2012 Toyota Tundra received damage to the front driver’s side corner. It is believed the damage occurred while the vehicle was parked in front of the hospital on High Street in Southampton.  

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If you have any information about these crimes you can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222- TIPS (8477) or send us a secure web-tip at www.crimestoppersgb.ca  or www.tipsubmit.com . You will not be asked to identify yourself, you don’t have to appear in court and you may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000.

Remember Crime Doesn’t Pay – But Crime Stoppers Does!


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