Theft – ST22015352
On September 22, police took a report of a Red and Black Daymak Rouge E-Bike being stolen while it was parked at the rear of a downtown restaurant sometime overnight between September 20 and September 21st
Theft – ST22015357
Sometime between September 21 and September 22, unknown person(s) stole an unlocked silver and pink Movello bicycle off the front lawn of a residence.
Warrants – ST22015389/395
On September 22, the St. Thomas Police arrested a 37-year-old male on grounds for assault and uttering threats. The male was processed and subsequently released with a future court date.
Also on September 22, a 29-year-old female was arrested on an outstanding warrant for theft under $5000. She was processed and released with a future court date.
Mischief – ST22015391
On September 22, 2022 the St. Thomas Police took a report of damage to a motor vehicle that was parked on September 21, 2022 between 7AM and 3PM in the downtown area. It appears the vehicle was keyed and the hood possibly punched.
Fraud – ST2201405
On September 22, 2022 the St. Thomas Police took a report of a possible fraud. The complainant stated that a financial card was lost and had been used by someone other than the owner. It is believed the complainant may be out approximately $1500.00. This matter is under investigation.
Criminal Harassment – ST22015401
On September 22, 2022 the St. Thomas Police arrested a 78 year old male for criminal harassment after receiving a complaint that he had been following a person around for a period of time. The male was held for court.
Fraud – ST22015413
Police are investigating a fake Readers’ Digest Lottery fraud. In this particular fraud, the victim received a letter in the mail informing them that they have won a cash prize from Readers’ Digest. The victim was informed to receive the cash prize they would have to pay a ‘Duty Tax’. If you receive a suspicious telephone call or letter, please report it to the St. Thomas Police Service or contact the Canadian Anti-Fraud Center at 1-888-495-8501.
Theft – ST22015419
A forty-year-old female from St. Thomas was arrested without incident Thursday following a shoplifting complaint. Officers responded to a business in the 1000 block of Talbot Street after the female filled her backpack with merchandise and left the store without making payment. She was arrested a short distance away without incident and released with a future court date.
Fraud – ST22015424
Police are investigating a fake Wal-Mart gift card fraud. In this particular fraud, the victim received a spoofed email purporting to be an acquaintance. They were then informed that they needed assistance to purchase Wal-Mart gift cards and would reimburse them once the codes for the cards were sent to the fake email account. If you receive a suspicious telephone call or letter, please report it to the St. Thomas Police Service or contact the Canadian Anti-Fraud Center at 1-888-495-8501.
Theft – ST22015514
Police are investigating the theft of snow tires from an address on Station Street. Sometime overnight Saturday unknown suspect(s) stole a set of snow tires mounted on rims from the rear yard. If you have any information about this incident or saw anything suspicious in the area, please contact STPS 519-631-1224 or submit a tip online at www.stthomas-elgincrimestoppers.ca.
Theft – ST22015556
Police are investigating after a vehicle was entered on Devonshire Place overnight Saturday. The suspect entered an unlocked vehicle and stole a wallet and vehicle documents. . If you have any information about this incident or saw anything suspicious in the area, please contact STPS 519-631-1224 or submit a tip online at www.stthomas-elgincrimestoppers.ca.