By Constable C. Hicks
During the early hours on May 7th seven vehicles had their car windows smashed. This occurred on Brian Boulevard, Dalrymple Drive, Fingland Crescent, Wimberly Avenue, Hamilton Street and at two locations on Chudleigh Street. The vehicles were rummaged through with very little property taken. In two instances a garage door opener was taken from the vehicles and at one location an item was taken from the garage.
On May 8th the owner of a minivan noticed that both his licence plates had been stolen. The vehicle was parked overnight in a lot on Hamilton Street. The vehicle was not entered or damaged.
On May 10th unknown suspects damaged the door lock and steering column of a vehicle parked in a driveway on Parkside Drive. Police spoke with workers in the area who do not witness anything.
On May 11th just after 2:00 am four vehicles were entered with three having their windows smashed. The vehicles were on Spring Creek Drive, Boulding Avenue and two on Fellowes Crescent. In one case a garage door opener was located in the vehicle. Entry to the garage was gained but nothing was taken. The vehicles were ransacked and various items taken including clothing, loose change and wallets. Police will be reviewing video in the area. Preliminary viewing indicates the suspect vehicle may be a light coloured SUV or minivan.
On May 12th at 6:00 pm police were called to a residence on Highway 5 for a motor vehicle accident. Police discovered that a male had been thrown from his ATV and the male was being treated by ambulance personnel upon police arrival. The male was transported to the General Hospital for non-life threatening injuries. The ATV sustained minimal damage.
During the early hours on May 13th suspect(s) entered an open garage on Blue Jay Court. The suspects rummaged through two vehicles in the garage. The suspects then entered the home via an unlocked door in the garage. A purse was stolen from the main hallway of the home before the suspects fled. The scenes of crimes officer attended to collect evidence. The neighbourhood was canvassed with negative results.
On May 13th suspect(s) entered an unlocked vehicle on Spring Creek Drive which was rummaged through. A garage door opener was located and the garage opened. A second vehicle was then rummaged through where a purse was located. Various items were taken from the vehicles. The scenes of crimes officer attended the scene to collect evidence. The neighbourhood was canvased with nobody hearing or seeing anything.
On May 14th at 6:55 am a resident on Premier Road noticed that his 2004 Chevrolet Trail Blazer had been stolen from his driveway. There was no broken glass left at the scene. There are no suspects at this time.