By Constable C. Hicks
On May 14th at 2:00 am the owner of a 2007 GMC pickup discovered that the rear driver’s side window had been smashed. Items had been taken from the vehicle while it was parked in a lot on Highway 5.
On the morning of May 14th the owner of 2004 Chevrolet discovered that it had been stolen from his driveway of Premier Road. Police were advised that a neighbour may have surveillance video and police will be following up with this. On May 17th the stolen vehicle was located on Hillcrest Avenue with a damaged door lock and ignition. Items in the vehicle were seized and checked by police and the owner was advised of the recovery.
On May 14th at approximately 1:30 am a suspect damaged the door locks on a pickup while it was parked in a driveway on Grindstone Way and took the vehicle. A wallet with credit cards and ID had been left in the vehicle. On May 20th the vehicle was located on Culotta Crescent. The locks and ignition sustained damage but luckily the wallet was still inside.
During the early hours of May 14th suspects entered an unlocked vehicle parked in a driveway on Babcock Street and another unlocked vehicle on Cole Street. The garage door remote was accessed from both vehicles and the door opened. It does not appear that anything was taken from the garages.
On May 14th a business owner on Campbellville Road discovered that two of his out buildings had been entered and various power tools taken. Suspects had pried open a door to gain entry. The scenes of crimes officer attended to collect evidence. The investigation has been sent to the BEAR unit for follow up.
On May 17th residents of a home on Timber Run Court left their home for a few days. Upon their return they discovered the rear garage man door had been kicked in and the home entered. The home was ransacked and several items were taken including their Chevrolet pickup. The scenes of crimes officer attended to collect possible evidence. On May 19th the home owners were contacted by the Guelph Police advising that some of their property had been recovered in yet another stolen vehicle. The investigation has been forwarded to the BEAR unit for follow up.