By Constable C. Hicks
Sometime between June 1st and June 5th unknown suspects took a black homemade trailer from a trailer park on Sheffield Road. The trailer had been left near the main gates of the park.
Overnight on June 6th the front window of a rural business on Collinson Road was forced open and entry was gained. A register was damaged and assorted change taken. Some property was dumped not far from the scene. The scenes of crimes officer attended to collect evidence. Information has been forwarded to the BEAR unit.
On June 7th at 9:25 pm police were called to a shoplifter at a business on Hamilton Street North. Store security observed a young man place property in his backpack and leave the store with making payment. Police attended and the young man was cautioned, turned over to a parent and trespassed from the store.
On June 7th at 10:25 pm police and fire were called to a small fire at a residence on Concession 8 East. Tires outside the residence were extinguished. The fire department did not deem the fire suspicious and put the damage at $100. Thankfully nobody was injured.
Overnight on June 8th suspects took a 2001 Chevrolet pickup truck from a driveway on Concession 4 West. There are no suspects at this time.
On June 10th at 4:09 am police were called to a motor vehicle accident involving a car and a deer on Regional Road 8. The driver sustained no injuries but the deer did not survive.
On June 10th at approximately 8:47 am a resident of Concession 10 East was called by his neighbour to advise that trespassers were on his rural property. The property owner got on his ATV and observed that a trailer had been dumped on his property at the end of an overgrown gravel laneway. He then saw an unplated black Ford pickup at the gate. One suspect was in the truck while the second suspect was opening a gate. The landowner tried to block the vehicle which drove around him and headed toward Highway 6. The second male then fled on foot and the property owner gave chase but lost the male. The police canine unit also checked the area with negative results. However, property was accidentally left at the scene and police will be following up with its owner. It was confirmed that the trailer had been stolen from the Halton Region. Police will also be reviewing any video evidence as this investigation continues.
On June 11th at 1:15 pm citizens video tapped two male spray painting the bowl at the skateboard park on Hamilton Street North and posted the video on instagram. A viewer of the video advised police. Police attended and requested the City attend to clean it off. Police are still trying to identify the two male suspects and will be checking with area schools. Police would like to thank the citizen who made police aware of the mischief. Together we make our communities better.
On June 12th at approximately midnight suspects attempted to steal a vehicle parked at the end of a driveway on Parkside Drive. The suspects smashed the driver’s side window and damaged the door lock and steering column. They were not successful in taking the vehicle and fled in their pickup truck.