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CRIME OF THE WEEK
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PROFILE WAS AIRED WEEK OF MAY19-25, 2017

CRIME STOPPERS and DURHAM REGIONAL POLICE are asking for your help to solve a street level robbery that occurred in Brooklin. On February 24, 2017 at approximately 10 pm a 15 yr old victim was in a vehicle with 3 unknown occupants when he was robbed of some of his personal belongings. The victim was attempting to provide directions when the robbery occurred. The victim was not injured, however his cell phone, jeans and other personal items were taken. Suspect #1 is described as: male, black, 5’6”, athletic build, in his teens, with short hair on the sides and longer on the top. Suspect #2 is described as: male, black, average build, curly short hair, black puffy jacket. Suspect #3 is described only as male. The vehicle is described as a sliver BMW.

If you have any information about this robbery or know who is responsible, please call Crime Stoppers.

CRIME STOPPERS will pay up to $2000 cash for ANY information that leads to an arrest in this or ANY criminal matter.  Callers never need to give their name or testify in court and we do NOT use call display. Remember: CRIME doesn’t pay but Crime Stoppers does.

Call us toll free at 1-800-222-8477

or visit us at

durhamregionalcrimestoppers.ca

Constable Dana EDWARDS is the Police Coordinator with the Durham Regional Crime Stoppers program and submits this article in the interest of solving crime.


PROFILE WAS AIRED WEEK OF MAY 12-18, 2017

CRIME STOPPERS and DURHAM REGIONAL POLICE are asking for your help to identify a suspect that has been involved in several frauds throughout Durham Region. During the months of May and June 2016 an unknown male suspect has attended various banks throughout Ajax/Pickering, Oshawa and Clarington and deposited fraudulent cheques and then proceeded to make cash withdrawals. The accounts had also been opened using counterfeit identification. The suspect is described as: male, white, short dark hair, 35-45 years old, sunglasses and often wears casual clothing.

If you have any information about this fraud or know who is responsible, please call Crime Stoppers.

CRIME STOPPERS will pay up to $2000 cash for ANY information that leads to an arrest in this or ANY criminal matter.  Callers never need to give their name or testify in court and we do NOT use call display. Remember: CRIME doesn’t pay but Crime Stoppers does.

Call us toll free at 1-800-222-8477

or visit us at

durhamregionalcrimestoppers.ca

Constable Dana EDWARDS is the Police Coordinator with the Durham Regional Crime Stoppers program and submits this article in the interest of solving crime.


PROFILE WAS AIRED WEEK OF MAY 5-11, 2017

CRIME STOPPERS and DURHAM REGIONAL POLICE are asking for your help to solve a break and enter that occurred in Clarington. On Saturday April 22, 2017 unknown suspects entered the old fire hall at 247 King Avenue in Newcastle, possibly by smashing a rear window.  The building is currently owned by the Municipality of Clarington. Once inside, the suspects damaged the interior by setting off fire extinguishers and writing disparaging remarks on the walls. There were two youths, approximately 13 years old, seen at the back of the building at approximately 5pm.  One of the youths was riding a 2-wheeled scooter.  Police would like to identify and speak with these individuals.

If you have any information about this break and enter or know who is responsible, please call Crime Stoppers.

CRIME STOPPERS will pay up to $2000 cash for ANY information that leads to an arrest in this or ANY criminal matter.  Callers never need to give their name or testify in court and we do NOT use call display. Remember: CRIME doesn’t pay but Crime Stoppers does.

Call us toll free at 1-800-222-8477

or visit us at

durhamregionalcrimestoppers.ca

 Constable Dana EDWARDS is the Police Coordinator with the Durham Regional Crime Stoppers program and submits this article in the interest of solving crime.