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CRIME OF THE WEEK
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PROFILE WAS AIRED WEEK OF FEBRUARY 12-18, 2016

CRIME STOPPERS and DURHAM REGIONAL POLICE are asking for your help to locate a suspect wanted in relation to a serious motor vehicle collision that occurred in Whitby.  On Sunday December 6, 2015 an officer attempted to stop a vehicle in the area of Consumers Drive and Thickson Road South during a R.I.D.E. check. The vehicle sped away from police at a high rate of speed collided with a northbound vehicle in the intersection. The female driver suffered serious injuries as a result of the collision and the driver fled the scene. A warrant has been issued for 35 year old Yusuf Ramadan ABDULLAH, of Mississauga.

He is described as male, black, 6’ tall, 175 lbs., black hair, brown eyes and may have a beard with no moustache. He is considered to be violent and should not be approached.

If you have any information about the whereabouts of the suspect, 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 JANUARY 22-28, 2016

CRIME STOPPERS and DURHAM REGIONAL POLICE are asking for your help to solve a three break & enters that occurred in Oshawa. In the early morning hours of Thursday December 3, 2015 three businesses located at 650 King St. E. were entered. At each store, the suspect smashed the glass of the main door to gain entry. Once inside, the suspect removed the cash drawers from each business. The male was last seen running northbound towards the rear of the building.

The suspect is described as: male, heavy set, wearing dark clothes, gloves and a balaclava. He also appeared to be carrying a reusable grocery bag.

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.

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PROFILE WAS AIRED WEEK OF JANUARY 8-14, 2016

CRIME STOPPERS, DURHAM REGIONAL POLICE and the MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND FORESTRY would like to remind citizens to report any illegal activity against Ontario’s natural resources. By law, you cannot fish in the protected waters of a fish sanctuary.

Fish sanctuaries are declared in specified water bodies and can be for all or part of the year, many beginning in January in the Durham area. Laws regarding these areas are to protect spawning adults and young fish and protect rare or endangered species. Unfortunately illegal taking of fish in these protected areas occur. Fishing in a sanctuary can lead to a decrease in local fish populations which is important for our natural environment and their protection allows for continued fishing opportunities and enjoyment in adjacent areas.

If you have any information about this type of activity or related offences, 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.

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