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A1 Security Crime of the Week

Petrolia Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police is investigating an incident that occurred at the Petrolia Fairgrounds, most likely sometime early on Sunday September 11, between 12 AM and 7:30 AM. The incident involves “Truckin’ Mamas On The Run” fry truck which was parked at Petrolia’s Bridgeview Park. A Pride flag, which had been attached

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A1 Security – Crime of the Week

HEAVY EQUIPMENT STOLEN AGAIN… September 1, 2022 The Sarnia Police need your help to solve a break and enter from the weekend of August 27-28th. The suspects entered the entered a fenced compound in the 200 block of Scott Rd in Sarnia and were able to gain access to a dump truck, trailer and an

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A1 Security Crime of the Week

The Lambton OPP is currently investigating a Break and Enter that occurred in the very early morning hours of August 2, 2022. This break-in happened at the Tim Horton’s in Grand Bend, Ontario.  The suspect illegally entered the premises by crawling through the drive thru window after regular business hours.  Once inside, the culprit seemed

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34th Anniversary of Unsolved Homicide

This is the 34th anniversary of the tragic and unsolved murder of local real estate agent Morag Davies. Ms. Davies was found in the bedroom of her Retlaw Drive home on August 25, 1988.  Multiple stab wounds covered her lifeless body.  No murder weapon has ever been found. Morag’s family needs justice and closure as

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A1 Security Tip of the Week

Sarnia Police are currently investigating an assault and robbery that occurred on August 12, 2022 in the 200 block of South Vidal Street. As a result of this ongoing investigation, Sarnia Police have issued a warrant to arrest for 38 year old Stephanie Crystal ROBAR.  Ms Robar is wanted on charges of Assault with a

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A1 Security – Crime of the Week

Ghost Gun Seized in Sarnia Sarnia Police executed a search warrant on a house in Sarnia last week and seized a fully operable firearm commonly referred to as a “Ghost Gun”. A ghost gun is manufactured by using 3D printers and/or machine shops to produce parts. Parts are often ordered online, assembled and used as

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A1 Security – Crime of the Week

Canadian Flag Stole from Walmart Property Sometime overnight on July 31st to August 1st suspects accessed the open area behind the Walmart store on Quinn Drive in Sarnia.  The suspect managed to lower, disconnect it and steal the extra-large, 40ft x 20ft Canadian flag. This Canadian flag is owned, maintained, and sometimes replaced by the

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A1 Security Tip of the Week

Bicycle safety is an important issue and all cyclists should know that they are subject to the same rights and responsibilities as drivers.  Bicyclists are subject to the rules of the road under the Ontario Highway Traffic Act.  Bikes are defined as “vehicles” and must ride on the road and not the sidewalk.  They must

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A1 Security Crime of the Week

The Sarnia Police Criminal Investigations Division has deepened its search for missing person, Trevor Chaput.  Mr. Chaput is described as a white male, 5’6” tall, slim build weighing 160 pounds, brown hair, blue eyes, a scar on his right cheek and tattoos of Scorpio and Leo signs on his upper chest. Trevor was reported missing

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A1 Security – Crime of the Week

LOADED HANDGUN FOUND IN THE GRASS At 1:30 in the afternoon on Monday, July 11th a citizen alerted the police to a handgun lying in the grass in the Exmouth St & Capel St area in Sarnia. A LOADED .22 caliber handgun with an extended, high-capacity magazine.  In the grass.  Out in the open for

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