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Sarnia Police are looking to identify a male shoplifter who was captured on video surveillance systems at two different locations in the City of Sarnia. The first incident occurred on January 5, 2024 at approximately 9:30 in the evening. The male entered the business and attempted to conceal items on his person. He was confronted

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The Sarnia Police Service is looking for a 34 year old missing Sarnia man. Ronald Johnson, age 34 years, was last observed on January 20, 2024 in the area of Euphemia and Cromwell Streets in the City of Sarnia. Mr. Johnson is described as an Indigenous male who is approximately 5′, 11″ tall, 185 pounds

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The Sarnia Police Service is looking for any information the public may have regarding a residential break-and-enter involving stolen firearms on Aamjiwnaang First Nation. On December 30th, police received a report of a break-in at a residence in the area of Tashmoo Ave and Christopher Drive. Sometime between December 26th and December 30th 2023, an unknown suspect(s)

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In the early morning hours of January 7, 2024, the Ontario Provincial Police along with area fire were dispatched to a suspicious fire in the 7000 block of Confederation Line. The estimated damage to the barn is valued at over $50,000. No one was hurt in this blaze. Police will be reviewing any video surveillance

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Lambton OPP, Sarnia Police and all other Lambton county police agencies continue to investigate deaths caused by fentanyl overdoses. This has become a very serious concern for everyone and it is all the result of fentanyl and other drugs being dealt within our communities. Police always document the names and addresses linked to the trafficking

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A! Security Crime of the Week

Today marks the 23rd anniversary of the tragic homicide of 22 year old Robert “BJ” Raymond.  “BJ” as he was fondly known as, died after spending an evening with his friends at The Border Club which was once located at 494 N. Christina Street in Sarnia.  The club was full of hundreds of young people

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Every year thousands of Canadians are scammed out of millions of dollars through various scams carried out by telephone, text, email or social media sites. Sarnia Police has recently received reports involving the gift card scam. Scammers will make you believe the matter is urgent and use scare tactics to convince you. They will usually

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A1 Security Crime of the Week

  The Sarnia Police would like the public’s assistance with any information they may have on a break, enter and theft that occurred at Precision Power Sports in the City of Sarnia. On December 11, 2023 between 12:37am and 1:13am four ATV’s were stolen from Precision Power Sports located on London Line in the City

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As Christmas approaches and peoples online holiday purchases start to arrive on the front steps, it can be an enticing sight for thieves. On November 27, 2023, at approximately 6:30 pm, in the 300 block of Mitton Street in the City of Sarnia a female suspect entered the porch of the residence and stole an

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A1 Security Crime of the Week

A1 Security Crime of the Week November 30, 2023   The Sarnia Police Service is intensifying its efforts in the ongoing investigation of missing person Bradley Ogilvie and is seeking any information the public may have on his whereabouts. On November 22, 2023 family members reported Ogilvie missing. There have been no confirmed sightings of

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