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A1 Security Crime of the Week

Lambton County OPP is reporting a spree of thefts from parking lots and businesses in the Village of Point Edward.

Over a ten day period they have responded to six calls regarding thefts of bicycles, electronic devices and car batteries.

Residents are reminded to lock their vehicles and remove valuables or hide them from plain view.

Police ask you to report any suspicious activity immediately.

If you have any information regarding the losers committing these thefts you can contact Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or go to our website to submit an anonymous tip.

A1 Security Crime of the Week

The Sarnia Police Service continues to investigate a homicide that occurred 30 years ago this week.

Morag Davies,a real estate agent and former nurse, was stabbed to death in her Retlaw Drive home in the north end of Sarnia on August 25 1988.Morag was last seen on August 23 1988 and when she failed to show up at work two days later, co-workers attended her residence and found her murdered. The Sarnia Police Service Criminal Investigations Division has worked on this case since it occurred. Last year a detective was assigned to the case fulltime and worked the case until their retirement. The case has since been turned over to Detective Staff Sergeant Leo Murphy.

If you have any information regarding this crime you are asked to contact Sarnia Police or Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. You can also leave a tip online at

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Stolen Cargo Trailer

Sometime overnight on July 29-30th, a cargo trailer belonging to Community Living Sarnia-Lambton was stolen from behind their administration building on Exmouth St near Oxford St in Sarnia. The lock on the trailer hitch assembly was cut off and the licence plate was later recovered on East St.

The trailer is seen in this picture being loaded with empty beer cans and bottles as part of a ‘Bottle Drive Fundraiser’ to purchase an Accessible Van for people they support. In fact, the trailer was almost half full at the time it was stolen. The Community Living logo is seen on the side of the trailer but it has likely been removed or covered up by now.

This is a white 5 ft x 10 ft cargo trailer with rear doors and a door on the passenger side. With a value of over $4,000, it will take a lot more fundraising to replace it.

Community Living is a non-governmental organization dedicated to enriching the lives of people with an intellectual and/or other disability and their families and they rely heavily on the generosity of others through fundraising and donations. Their role in our community has far reaching effects throughout Sarnia Lambton.

This isn’t just a theft of a trailer from a local business, it’s a theft from our entire community.

If you have any information about where this trailer is or who is responsible for this disgraceful act, please contact Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477) or the Sarnia Police directly.

Somebody knows something about this. Please ‘share’ or ‘like’ Crime Stoppers posts and tweets to get the word out far and wide.


A big “thank you” goes out to Wayne Skinner and Industratech for lending Community Living a replacement trailer to continue the Bottle Drive Fundraiser.




A1 Security Crime Stoppers – Crime of the Week


Sarnia-Lambton Crime Stoppers is reaching out for the public’s assistance in identifying the suspects responsible for a break and enter that occurred on Thursday, August 2nd, 2018.

At about 2:20 in the afternoon an unknown male removed a screen from a ground level window of a home in the Mayfair Drive / Queen Elizabeth II Public School area of Sarnia. Once inside, the suspect stole a woman’s purse before running out the door and fleeing into the Queen Elizabeth II schoolyard. A witness describes him as being tall, darker skin tone, dark pants, green sweater and a dark backpack.

He then jumped on his bicycle, met up with another male and they both took off on separate bikes. The second guy was wearing shorts and a neon green shirt. He was on a lighter coloured bike.

This break-in happened in the middle of the afternoon and witnesses got a good look at the suspects. Somebody out there knows who these two suspects are. They’ve likely bragged about this theft to a lot of people in the last week or so. Please share or retweet this so we can get the word out and hopefully solve this crime!

If you have any information that may help to identify these thieves, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or the Sarnia Police Service directly.



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The Sarnia Police Service is currently investigating a serious robbery involving violence with a metal rod and an axe. The offence took place on July 19, 2018 at a motel room in the 1600 block of London Road in Sarnia.

The 29 year old male victim was taken to Bluewater Health with life-threatening injuries. He has since been released from the hospital. The second victim, a 22 year old female was uninjured in the attack.

Two of the three suspects have been arrested and charged with numerous criminal offences including aggravated assault, robbery, and break and enter. Natasha BRENNAN – age 21 and James Allan WHITE – age 33 are in custody awaiting a bail hearing.

The third suspect, Kevin Martin SIMPSON – age 32 years of Corunna is wanted on an outstanding arrest warrant for the same violent criminal code charges. See photo below.

If you know where Kevin SIMPSON is or where he can be found, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at Tip Submit or contact the Sarnia Police Service. Do not approach SIMPSON – he should be considered dangerous!