Lindsay Area Residents Enjoyed Long Weekend Responsibly

Media Release

Tuesday,  July 4th, 2017

 

Lock It or Lose It Reminder

Kawartha Lakes Police are reminding area residents to take a few extra seconds and make sure that you have locked your vehicle.

Over the past week, Police have seen an increase in reported thefts from unlocked vehicles. Most recently, on June 30th, 2017 a William Street South resident reported a wallet missing, which contained personal identifications and credit cards. The credit card was used a short time after being taken at an Angeline Street North business.

Thefts from unlocked vehicles are crimes of opportunity that can be prevented by locking your vehicle and not leaving personal items such as wallets, cell phones, GPS ‘s  and laptops in plain view in your vehicle.

 

Hole Drilled In Gas Tank

On Friday, June 30th, 2017 Kawartha Lakes Police were contacted by the owner of a 2016 Ford F-150 pick – up truck after it was discovered a hole had been drilled in the gas tank.

The owner of the vehicle reported that they left the vehicle parked overnight in a Highway 35 south commuter parking lot, which is located near Double Tree Road. When they returned to the vehicle on June 30th, 2017 they detected a strong odour of gasoline around the truck. The truck was taken to a local dealership where it was discovered that someone had drilled a one-inch hole in the side of the gas tank. At this time there are no suspects for the mischief, and there is no motive.

Police are asking that anyone who may have observed anyone in that area between June 29th, 2017 and the morning of June 30th, 2017 to contact them at 705.324.5252 or if you wish to provide information anonymously you can do so through Crimestoppers at 1.800.222.TIPS(8477) or at www.khcs.ca .

 

Jewellery Taken During Daytime Break & Enter

Kawartha Lakes Police are investigating a break and enter to an Orchard Park Drive residence that saw a number of jewellery items stolen.

Police attended at the residence on June 30th, 2017 after the owners discovered that a jewellery box had been moved and was found open on the floor. It is believed that the break and enter occurred sometime on June 29th, 2017 as the owners had been away from the residence that day. It is also believed that those responsible for the break and enter got into the home through a doggy door as there were no other signs of forced entry to the home.

Kawartha Lakes Police are asking that anyone who may have information regarding the break and enter contact them at 705.324.5252 or you can provide information anonymously through Crimestoppers at 1.800.222.TIPS(8477) or at www.khcs.ca .

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