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Three business break-ins this past weekend

North Bay Police are seeking suspects and continue to investigate three break-ins to businesses this past weekend. In the early morning hours of September 6, a business was entered in the 1500 block of Cholette Street in North Bay.
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North Bay Police are seeking suspects and continue to investigate three break-ins to businesses this past weekend.

In the early morning hours of September 6, a business was entered in the 1500 block of Cholette Street in North Bay. Entry was gained through a side door. A small amount of money was located and stolen.  

At approximately 12 a.m. on September 9, a male suspect entered the back door of a business in the 1200 block of Algonquin Avenue. An undetermined type of pry bar was used to gain entry.  Stolen items include cell phones, two laptops, and a hard drive.  

In the early morning hours of September 10, a thief entered the back door of a business located in the 100 block of Oak Street. Entry was gained with a type of pry bar. Laptops and a hard drive were stolen from the business. The suspect left out the front door to Oak Street at approximately 8: 20 a.m.

Police continue these investigations with the assistance of the North Bay Police Forensic Identification Unit.

The Investigating Officer, Constable Honeysett, asks that anyone with information that may assist police to call 705-497-5555.




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