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A1 Security – Crime of the Week

Stolen Trailer

Sometime between 6 pm on April 19th and 6 am on April 20, 2021, someone stole a 2017, nineteen foot “Legend” enclosed trailer from Van Bree Enterprises.  This trailer is very easy to identify with all the markings.  It was taken from the property on Wisbeach Road, between Birnham Line and Brickyard Line. It was parked along the east side ditch at the time of the occurrence.

If you have any information on the people responsible for removing this trailer from private property,  or if you know where this trailer is now, please contact Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (1-800-222-8477) or go online at P3 Tips … You will remain anonymous and you could be eligible for a cash reward if the culprits are identified and charged.

Someone out there knows something!  Make the call and make some money!




A1 Security – Crime of the Week

April 23, 2021

On Thursday, April 15, 2021 a lone male suspect broke into a kiosk in the Food Court area of Lambton Mall in Sarnia.

At about 7:30pm, not long after the mall had closed, this male was approached by a mall employee inside the mall near the Food Court.  The suspect had just broken into a Food Court kiosk where he had stolen some of their merchandise – including 45 “protein balls” that go into a protein-packed beverage.

When spotted by the employee, our suspect left the mall through the west exit near Sport Chek… and of course, the Lambton Mall and its individual merchants are full of security cameras!

So as a result, the Sarnia Police have video footage of every step this suspect took.  Check out this photo taken from the video.  It shows a slim guy wearing black shoes, grey pants, a black jacket with a hoodie underneath, a black ball cap with white lettering across the front – and naturally, he was wearing a face mask over his mouth.

If you recognize this suspect or if you know who committed this break in, call Crime Stoppers!  You’ll remain anonymous no matter how you give us the information… by phone at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or online at or even download the P3 Tips app.





A1 Security – Crime of the Week

Lambton OPP are investigating the theft of a green John Deere gator – similar to the one shown in the picture.

This gator was stolen from a shed on the waste water treatment property in Petrolia sometime on or before April 6th.  These thieves also broke in to another spot on the property and stole a significant amount of fire department training gear.

These are the types of thefts that affect every resident of Petrolia & the Township of Enniskillen.  Fire training equipment is very valuable – it’s as much about the financial value as it is about the practical value of having the right equipment to train with.

The gator and the fire training equipment are not easy things to hide or to explain away.  Somebody out there knows the person who suddenly came into possession of these things.

Sometimes thieves ditch or hide this type of thing until the heats off.  Maybe you know where this stuff is… if so, you need to call Crime Stoppers as soon as you can.  Stay anonymous and maybe even get paid for your information.

Go online at or download the P3 App and submit your tip anonymously.  You can even upload pictures!  Or just call us at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477) any time – day or night.



A1 Security Crime of the Week


On April 6, 2021, officers from the Sarnia Police Service attended the cenotaph located behind the Sarnia Public Library.  They were there to observe and take a report of a theft.  Some unknown, despicable person or persons removed the copper rifle from the statue known as “Tommy” mounted atop the cenotaph.

This disrespectful act is shameful and cowardly and these thieves need to be located, arrested and charged accordingly.

If you have any information that could lead to the arrest of the people or persons, please contact Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-tips (1-800-222-8477) or go on line at  You could be eligible for a cash reward and you will remain anonymous.

A1 Security Crime of the Week

Fools Take Tools

Sometime between March 27 and March 28, 2021, unknown persons attended a construction site on Ferdinandos Crescent in the City of Sarnia.  This is the area east of Modeland Road and north of Confederation Street.

While there, the thieves entered a 2015 Ford F150 pick up truck and removed several valuable tools and pieces of equipment which included a Honda Generator, a Dewalt chipper, a Hilte drill set, a Dewalt tool set and a Tapcon laser level.  The total value of this lot was about $10,000.00.

The pictures shown may not be exact to those items stolen but may help in recognizing the brand.

These scoundrels need to be caught.  If you know who is responsible for this bold theft, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or go on line at  You could be eligible for a cash reward and you will remain anonymous.