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Crime doesn't pay - but Crime Stoppers does!
Unsolved Crimes

July 10, 2016
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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.

The South Bruce OPP received a report that three businesses on Huron Street in the village of Ripley were forcibly broken into overnight on May 12th to 13th. Courtney Farm Supplies, All About Hair, and Stockyards Western Apparel were forcibly entered and quantities of cash and coin were taken from the office areas. In addition, a white iPad mini with a red case was taken from Stockyards Western Apparel.

On May 15th the Saugeen Shores Police received a report of two vehicles being entered on Sandy Acres Road in Port Elgin. Clothing, a knife, change, gift cards, and an iPhone were stolen.

May 21st the Saugeen Shores Police received a report of a vehicle entered overnight on Tyendinaga Drive in Southampton. Items stolen include a red tool box and a GPS. A neighbour reported seeing a male on a bicycle carrying the items.

On May 25th the Saugeen Shores Police responded to a theft at Centennial Pool in Port Elgin. Approximately $100.00 in cash was taken from the petty cash box.

The South Bruce OPP received a report of the theft of copper wire that occurred sometime between 5:00 p.m. on June 3rd and 12:00 p.m. on June 6th. A number of one metre lengths of #2 gauge copper wire were taken from a hydro switching station located in the 500 block of Concession 2 in Bruce Township.

On June 5th the Saugeen Shores Police received a report of a break and enter to a Southampton garage. Items stolen include a chain saw, drill, leaf blower, blade sharpener, and gas can.

The South Bruce OPP received a report that sometime during the late evening of June 13th or the early morning hours of June 14th thieve(s) attended the John Deere dealer on Durham Road in Brant Township. A quantity of fuel was taken from a large tank on the property. The value of the stolen fuel is estimated to be more than $700.00.

On June 14th the Saugeen Shores Police received a report of a fail to remain motor vehicle accident in the parking lot of the Faith Lutheran Church in Port Elgin. A person working in the area observed two separate vehicles back into the complainantís vehicle and then fail to remain.

On June 17th the Saugeen Shores Police investigated a report of a break and enter to a residence on Morpeth Street in Southampton. The victim returned home to find that someone had entered the residence. It is still being determined what, if anything was stolen and the incident is under investigation.

 

 

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Crime Stoppers of Grey Bruce, the South Bruce OPP, and the Saugeen Shores Police are asking for the public's assistance in solving the following three daytime residential break and enters that occurred on June 17th:
  • A residence in the 900 block of Park Place in Huron Township was entered. The list of items taken includes diamond earrings, gold rings, and gold necklaces valued at $20,000.00.

  • A residence in the 600 block of Lynden Crescent in Kincardine was entered. The list of items taken includes an assortment of rings valued at $10,000.00.

  • A residence on Parkwood Drive in Port Elgin was entered. The list of items taken includes an assortment of gold and sterling silver rings, earrings, bracelets, and a silver watch, valued at $15,000.00.

On June 18th the Saugeen Shores Police received a complaint about a fail to remain accident that occurred on Harbour Street in Port Elgin. The victimís vehicle was parked in the angle parking on Harbour Street during the afternoon when something caused a dent to the passenger side door.

On June 18th the Saugeen Shores Police received a report of a small BMX style bike, red in colour with purple grips, having been stolen from Breadalbane Street in Southampton.

The Saugeen Shores Police report that over the 29th and 30th of June a total of fifteen vehicles were entered in the Bay Street, Emerald, Macaulay, Cedar Bush, Summerhill, Albert Street, Peel Street, Victoria Street, and Grey Street areas of Southampton. Items taken included change, a wallet and bank cards, Dremel tool sets, power inverter, tool bag, drill, GPS, camera, cell phone, iPhone and Skill saw. Some of the items were recovered by searching the area.

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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 wonít be asked to identify yourself, you donít have to appear in court and you may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000.

Remember Crime Doesnít Pay Ė But Crime Stoppers Does!


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