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A1 Security Crime of the Week



Sometime between October 17th and October 18th, 2020, unknown persons broke into a home under construction in the Heritage Park Subdivision located near Modeland Road and Confederation.

Several pieces of construction equipment were stolen from the jobsite. These include space heaters, industrial exhaust fans and long extension cords. Attempts were also made to steal copper piping.

Value of these goods is estimated to be approximately $1,000.00.

If you have any information on who may be responsible for this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

“HOT” Pink Car

A 1 Security Crime of the Week

On October 8, 2020, shortly after 6:00 PM, someone stole a 1972 hot pink Chevrolet Chevelle from the northwest parking lot of the Lambton Mall, near the Galaxy Cinemas. The male suspect is described as being skinny, approximately 5′ 10″, wearing a black hoodie and jeans.

The stolen vehicle is very distinguishable by the colour alone, let alone the make and age of it. The car was in excellent condition.



If you have any information in relation to this crime, please contact Crime Stoppers at 519-222-8477.


A1 Security Crime of the Week

October 8, 2020

At about 4:00 am on Thursday, October 1st an unknown female entered the Mac’s convenience store on Cathcart Blvd near Colborne Rd in Sarnia.

She purchased almost $100 worth of merchandise and paid with a credit card that had been stolen hours earlier from a vehicle in the north end of Sarnia.

This same credit card was used but ‘declined’ at a 7-11 convenience store an hour later.

At about 6:00 am a stolen debit card was used at another Mac’s convenience store where it was accepted for a purchase of almost $100 again.

This female suspect was wearing a light grey or pale blue hoodie under a black quilted jacket.  She also had on black tights with the Adidas logo on the ankle of each leg.  She had on white running shoes with red tabs on the back.  She was carrying a large grey purse over her right shoulder, resting on her left hip and she wore eyeglasses the entire time.

Check out the pictures below or the full video on our Facebook page.  If you have information on this or any other crime, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit your tip online at

Both methods are completely ANONYMOUS and you may be eligible to receive a reward of up to $2,000

Credit Card Fraud



A1 Security Crime of the Week

Instead of featuring a recent crime, we’ve decided to promote this recently introducedprogram at the Sarnia Police Service

Overview of Program


Details of Program


Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers together with Allstate Insurance – (Sarnia Agency) is proud to support the Sarnia Police Service ‘Security Camera Registry’

 More and more people have security cameras in their homes these days. We’ve all seen videos online showing a thief or violent thug in the act of a crime or running away right after.  Maybe footage from YOUR video camera could be helpful to the police…  in one of their many different investigations.   

Participation in this exciting program is VOLUNTARY !  If a crime is committed and video is located in the area, the owner or lessee of the premises may be contacted to allow investigators to view the video footage.

You could help solve crime and make your neighborhood a safer place!

So, if you

 Over 150 people have signed up so far!  To register… just fill in the online form and if something serious happens in your area, you may be approached by the investigators asking if you’d like to check your video footage to see if you captured anything on your camera.  It’s that easy.

 Sign up today and help the police to help you !!

Watch for the information pamphlet distributed in your Bluewater Power bill