Warrant / Attempt Theft / Shoplift / Break and Enter

Warrant

A forty five year old St. Thomas woman was arrested Wednesday on Talbot Street.  Special Constables with the Community Resource Unit recognized the woman as being wanted on a warrant.  The bench warrant was issued after she failed to attend her scheduled court date to answer to charges of Uttering Threats and Assault.  She was taken into custody without incident for processing and later released on an Appearance Notice for court. ^  17012

Warrant

A seventeen year old youth was arrested by security at the Elgin County Courthouse Wednesday.  The youth attended the location on an unrelated matter when staff recognized them as being wanted on a warrant.  The warrant was issued after the youth was identified as the suspect wanted in connection to an assault on Princess Ave. They were taken into custody without incident for processing and held for a youth court appearance. ^17018

Attempt Theft

Police are investigating after a man tried to seal a bike from the rack in front of Parkside Collegiate Institute Wednesday.  He was seen cutting the lock of a bike using bolt cutters when he was scared off by staff.  The man was last seen walking towards Memorial Arena with the bolt cutters.  He is described as short, brown skin wearing a red jacket, blue toque, jeans and a light brown backpack.  ^17019

Shoplift

Police are investigating after a man walked out of Walmart with a cart full of stolen items Wednesday night around 8 pm.  The man is described as wearing a black coat, jeans and grey hat.   If you have any information about this incident please contact STPS at 519-631-1224 or www.stthomas-elgincrimestoppers.ca Refer to case #ST22017037

Break and Enter

Police are investigating a break and enter to an IT business located on Hincks Street near Talbot.  Entry was gained after the front door was pried open damaging the frame.  It appears that nothing was taken from inside.  If you have any information about this incident please contact STPS at 519-631-1224 or www.stthomas-elgincrimestoppers.ca Refer to case #ST22017044

 

 

 

 

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