St. Thomas Police Media Release – Tuesday July 19th, 2022

Break and Enter
St. Thomas Police are investigating a report of a break and enter to the garage of a downtown area home. Unknown person(s) entered through a door on the south side of the garage, after prying a latch off the door frame. Once inside, an assortment of tools were stolen. If you have any information about this break and enter, or if you recognize the male in the below picture please contact STPS at 519-631-1224 or www.stthomas-elgincrimestoppers.ca Refer to case ST22011150.
Vehicle Entries
The St. Thomas Police are investigating after multiple unlocked vehicles were entered between the 17th of July and the 18th of July 2022. Vehicles in the areas of Wellington St, Fairview Ave, and Hincks St were entered. Items stolen include Dewalt Tools, a wallet, vehicle wiring and clothing. If you have any information about this break and enter, please contact STPS at 519-631-1224 or www.stthomas-elgincrimestoppers.ca Refer to cases ST22011151/ST22011153/ST22011154.
Break and Enter
The St. Thomas Police are investigating a break and enter that occurred overnight on the 18th of July, in a garage to a south end home. Unknown person(s) smashed the lock off the rear door, and unsuccessfully tried to steal a snowblower from within. The unknown person(s) left behind a plastic bag containing a few of the items stolen from the Hincks St occurrence above (ST22011154). If you have any information about this break and enter, please contact STPS at 519-631-1224 or www.stthomas-elgincrimestoppers.ca Refer to case ST22011157.
Theft
On the 18th of July 2022 Officers on Community Patrol were flagged down for reports of a bicycle that had been stolen while parked in front of the library. The bicycle is described as a blue and yellow ‘Raleigh’. If you have any information about this theft, or if you recognize the female in the below photograph, please contact STPS at 519-631-1224 or www.stthomas-elgincrimestoppers.ca Refer to case ST22011162.
Theft
On the 17th of July 2022 an unknown male entered a construction site in the downtown area and stole a toolbox containing various tools. If you have any information about this theft, or if you recognize the male in the below photograph, please contact STPS at 519-631-1224 or www.stthomas-elgincrimestoppers.ca Refer to case ST22011168.
Warrant Arrest
On the 18th of July 2022 a 31 year old St. Thomas man turned himself in on an outstanding warrant for mischief. The male was arrested without incident, and released with a future court date. ^ST22011169
Warrant Arrest
On the 18th of July 2022 a 31 year old St. Thomas man turned himself in on an outstanding bench warrant. The male was arrested without incident, and held for a court appearance. ^ST22011182
Fail to Comply
On the 18th of July 2022 Officers on Community Patrol conducted an address compliance check for a 65 year old St. Thomas man. It was discovered that the male no longer resided at the address as per his release conditions, and therefore a warrant has been sought for the male’s arrest. ^ST22011190
Fail to Comply
A warrant has been sought for a 33 year old St. Thomas man for failing to comply with his release order, after Officers on Community Patrol discovered he has not been abiding with his curfew condition. ^ST22011200
Warrant Arrest
A 26 year old St. Thomas women was arrested by the Aylmer Police Service on the strength of outstanding charges from St. Thomas. Aylmer Police assisted in transporting the woman to St. Thomas, where she was held in custody to await a court appearance. ^ST22011206
Warrant Arrest
On the 19th of July 2022 Officers on Community Patrol observed a 33 year old St. Thomas man, and knew he had a current warrant out for his arrest. As a result, the male was arrested without incident and transported to the Colin McGregor Justice Building, where he was held for a court appearance. ^ST22011211
Mischief
St. Thomas Police are investigating after a rear vehicle tire was slashed in a downtown parking lot between the 14-15th of July. If you have any information about this mischief, please contact STPS at 519-631-1224 or www.stthomas-elgincrimestoppers.ca Refer to case ST22011216.

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