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A1 Security Crime of the Week

 

Over the weekend of August 23rd to 25th the Sarnia Police Service responded to approximately seven calls for service involving damage to cars parked in the 1200 block of Sandy Lane Apartments parking lots. This area is located just outside the west entrance to Canatara Park

 

It appears that some of the damage includes broken car windows and scratched vehicles. Also, some vehicles had been entered.

If you have any information involving this crime please contact Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at www.p3tips.com ere.

A1 Security – Crime of the Week

A1 Security – CRIME OF THE WEEK

August 23, 2019

Sunday
August 25th will mark the anniversary of the murder of local real estate agent, Morag Davies. On August 25, 1988 she was found in the bedroom of her Retlaw Drive home in Sarnia, ON. Ms. Davies died as the result of multiple stab wounds. The murder weapon has not been recovered.

This murder remains unsolved, but investigators with the Sarnia Police Service are convinced someone out there has information that could lead to the identification of the person or persons responsible for the murder of Morag Davies.

Ms. Davies deserves justice and her family deserves closure.

If you have information about this crime, do the right thing, and contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or online at www.p3tips.com or contact the Sarnia Police directly at 519-344-8861

A1 Security Crime of the Week

Overnight Break and Enters

 

The Sarnia Police are investigating a number of overnight residential break ins.

Earlier this month, a suspect entered a home in the north end of the city in the middle of the night while the occupants slept. The owner had inadvertently left a front window open and the suspect cut the screen and climbed in the window. The thief went through some purses and wallets, stealing all the cash inside.

Then, early last Friday morning on August 16th, the suspect appears to have broken into two separate homes in the south end of the city.

In one house, the suspect gained entry in the middle of the night by cutting a small slit into a screen door and opening up the unlocked interior door. While the occupants slept, the suspect quietly entered the house and stole a purse which was later found in the Germain Park area.

At the second house, the suspect again cut a screen – but this time it was a kitchen window screen. Instead of entering this house, the industrious culprit made up an extended pole with a homemade hook on the end of it and used it to reach into the window, through the cut screen and hook onto a purse and pull it out the window. The suspect left the ‘purse-pole’ behind. Police seized the pole for examination.

If you know who made up the pole in the picture, or who broke into these homes, then you could actually make money off of their crime! Just get ahold of Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or at www.p3tips.com to become eligible for a cash reward if your information leads to an arrest… or contact Detective Constable ROVERS at 519-344-8861 ext 6159

This also serves as a bit of a warning not to leave ground floor windows and doors open or unlocked during the warm weather. And if you do hear someone breaking into your home, call 911 immediately. We don’t recommend that you confront a thief… leave that to the police.