By Constable C. Hicks
On August 27th a resident of Moxley Road noticed that a Rigid drill and three batteries had been taken from an unlocked barn on the property. Also taken was a jerry can of gas.
On August 31st between 1:00 am and 5:00 am suspects entered a home on Goldenview Court. Nothing was taken from the home and the homeowner’s dog may have scared the suspects away. The dog ran out of the home and was located at 11:00 am. The suspect also rummaged through a vehicle at the residence and took a bottle of cologne and loose change.
Sometime between August 31st at 10:00 pm and September 1st at 8:00 am suspects cut the lock on an outbuilding on Highway 5 and gained entry. Various tools were taken.
Sometime between September 1st at 10:00 pm and September 2nd at noon suspects removed the screen on a garage door window at a residence on Concession 7 East. They then slid open the window and unlocked the door to gain entry. Various items were taken. The scenes of crime officer attended to collect evidence.
On September 2nd at 2:47 am two suspects kicked out a panel on a garage door of a business on Highway 6 and gained entry. Tools were taken before the suspect left via the same garage door. The scenes of crimes officer attended and police will be reviewing surveillance video.
On September 3rd at 4:00 am a resident on Concession 5 West woke to the sound of an alarm going off in a shop on the property. Suspects smashed a window to gain entry. The alarm may have startled the would-be thieves as nothing was taken.
Sometime between September 2nd at 5:00 pm and September 3rd at 8:00 am suspects forced a window and gained entry to a business on Brock Road. The suspects rummaged around and took a Dewalt mitre saw.
Sometime between September 3rd at 4:00 pm and September 4th at 9:00 am suspects gained entry to a business on Highway 6 by an unlocked office window. The office was rummaged through and various items were taken. Another office was also targeted by the suspect. The scenes of crime officer attended to collect evidence. Police will be reviewing surveillance video.