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Friday, September 8, 2017

The following is a news release from North Bay Police:

More reports of theft from vehicles
 
North Bay Police remind the general public to lock their vehicles when unattended, specifically at night. Since Sept, 1, 2017 North Bay Police has received 14 reports of theft from vehicles. All of these vehicles were unlocked. Small amounts of cash and change were removed, including debit cards, visa cards and individual’s wallets. The North Bay Police street crime unit is aware of these thefts and are investigating.

Areas of theft include, but not limited to:
Thelma Drive
Nightingale Street
Portage Avenue
Labreche Street
Mulligan Galt Street
Browning Street
Beattie Street
Lansdowne Avenue
Harvey Street
One occurrence on Main Street in Callander

The North Bay Police Service reminds motorists to remove valuables from sight when leaving vehicles unattended. It is recommended not to leave your identification in your vehicle.

Call 9-1-1
If you witness suspicious activity in your neighbourhood, such as a person or persons walking from vehicle to vehicle checking door handles for unlocked vehicles, call 9-1-1 immediately to report what you have seen to police.

Five charged with possession of stolen property

On Sept. 5, 2017 the North Bay Police took a report of a stolen vehicle from Balmoral Crescent. On Sept. 8, 2017, North Bay Police did locate the stolen vehicle in the 1200 block of Seymour Street in the early morning hours. There were 5 occupants in the vehicle. All individuals were arrested and taken into custody.

Charged is:

Chanz Sutherland (female), 19 years old of North Bay with:
1 count of possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000 and a court date scheduled for October.

Two young males were both charged with 1 count of possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000 and released with a court appearance scheduled for November.

Two young females were both charged with possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000 and released with a court appearance scheduled for November.

 




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