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City police caution public about allowing strangers into their home

Monday, October 22, 2012   by: Kate AdamsNorth Bay Police Service
News Release

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On 18 Oct at 2:00pm, an unknown woman approached a homeowner on Reynolds St and asked to use the washroom.

The woman used the washroom then left.

The next day the home owner realized that items were missing.

The woman is described as; very friendly female, white, 5ft 5 inches, medium build, mid twenties, medium length brown hair, wearing a tight brown jacket and tight brown jeans.

This is the second similar incident in the past two weeks.

In the first, the victim was elderly and the female was riding a bike.

Cst Merv Shantz is investigating.

The North Bay Police wish to caution the public about allowing strangers into their home regardless of the reasons.

Medicine cabinets are usually one of the targets in this type of occurrence.

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