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DURHAM REGIONAL CRIME STOPPERS

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CRIME OF THE WEEK
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PROFILE WAS AIRED WEEK OF AUGUST 5-11, 2016

CRIME STOPPERS and DURHAM REGIONAL POLICE are asking for your help to solve a theft that occurred in Oshawa. On April 25, 2016, police attended at the Superstore on Harmony Road North for a theft in progress. A male suspect was observed by security staff loading his backpack with protein powder and electronics. When the suspect left the store, the loss prevention officer began running after the suspect who eventually dropped the backpack. The stolen items were recovered however the suspect still has not been identified. The suspect is described as: male, white, in his 50’s, grey hair, glasses and wearing a grey hoodie, blue jeans and black shoes.

If you have any information about this theft 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 JULY 29-AUGUST 4, 2016

CRIME STOPPERS and DURHAM REGIONAL POLICE are asking for your help to solve a series of break and enters that occurred in Whitby. On Monday Jul 18, 2016 between 940 and 1100 am, an unknown female entered a seniors building on Perry Street in Whitby. Once inside the building, she began checking doors and if they were found unlocked, she entered the apartments and stole whatever cash she could find. A total of seven apartments were entered. The suspect is described as: female, white, 35-40 years old, long brown hair, wearing pink hospital scrubs, a straw hat and white shoes. Investigators would like to ensure there are no other victims in this incident.

If you have any information about these break and enters 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 JULY 22-28, 2016

CRIME STOPPERS and DURHAM REGIONAL POLICE are asking for your help to solve a robbery that occurred in Whitby. On June 25, 2016 at approximately 2:50am a male victim was attacked while at Sam’s Kitchen located at 114 Brock Street South. The victim had placed a food order and then went outside for a cigarette. Upon re-entering the restaurant, the victim was attacked by 3 unknown males. The victim was beaten and the suspects stole his necklace. The suspects are all described as male, black. One was wearing a brimmed fishing type hat, one had afro style hair pulled back into a ponytail and the third male had corn row style hair. The males fled on the restaurant on foot.

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.