Crime doesn't pay - but Crime Stoppers does!

November 10, 2016

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 report of a theft from the Walkerton Meat Market located in the 200 block of Durham Street East in Walkerton. Sometime between 9:00 p.m. on October 7th and 5:00 a.m. on October 8th culprits forcibly entered the business and stole meats including hamburger, pork chops, and back bacon.

The South Bruce OPP received a report of the theft of a dirt bike from a residence in the 300 Block of the Brant-Greenock Road. Sometime between 10:00 a.m. and 3:50 p.m. on October 17th, a green and black Kawasaki KX450F dirt bike was stolen. There is a large number “19” on the bike, a “Rockstar” sticker on the front fender, and a “Kenthal” sticker on the rear.

The South Bruce OPP received a report of a break, enter, and theft from a detached shed at a property located on Bruce County Road 6 in Huron Township. Sometime between 9:00 p.m. on October 22nd and 10:00 a.m. on October 23rd the shed was forcibly entered. The missing items include a Hummingbird fish finder, Mastercraft welder, 6,500 watt generator, 2,000 watt inverter, and a Logistics speaker system with subwoofer. The value of the stolen property is estimated to be over $2,000.00.

The South Bruce OPP received a report of a theft from a residence in the 100 Block of Bruce Beach Road in Huron Township. Sometime between October 22nd and 29th, a black 10’ x 5’ utility trailer, bearing licence plate K48501, was stolen.

The South Bruce OPP received a report that three businesses along Ridout Street in Walkerton were forcibly entered sometime during the late evening hours of October 29th or the early morning hours of October 30th. The stolen property includes a black GMC Sierra diesel pick-up bearing licence AD26908; a red Can-Am ATV bearing licence 62TE2; and a red Honda dirt bike bearing licence 5AF07.

The South Bruce OPP received a report of a residence along Brook Street East in Tara having been forcibly entered sometime between 8:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on November 1st. The list of missing property includes a black HP laptop, a black Toshiba laptop, and assorted pieces of jewelry. The value of the stolen items is estimated to be more than $4,300.00.

The Saugeen Shores Police Service is investigating a recent series of vehicle thefts and damage to vehicles.

On October 27th Saugeen Shores Police located a vehicle in the Maple Square Mall parking lot that had been reported by the Kincardine OPP as stolen. On November 4th, a 2011 Nissan Murano was stolen from Highland Street in Port Elgin, then on November 5th this stolen Nissan was located in a laneway on Creekwood Drive in Southampton. From this same property a Toyota Tacoma was stolen, then on November 5th the Toyota was recovered in a laneway in Port Elgin. All three of the stolen vehicles from Saugeen Shores had the keys left inside.

Over this same three day time period Saugeen Shores Police have investigated ten vehicle entries where the side windows were broken out. Some of the vehicles had valuables in sight like purses and wallets, and other vehicles did not have a theft from within. Several other vehicles were entered and items were stolen.

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Saugeen Shores Police are investigating these matters and wish to remind people to “Lock it or Lose it” - don’t leave your vehicles unlocked, don’t leave valuables in your vehicle, and don’t leave your keys in your vehicle. Remember, a person stealing a vehicle does not leave the scene in an orderly manner obeying all traffic laws. They could get into an accident while fleeing in your vehicle.


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 won’t 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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