City of Kawartha Lakes Police Service
Wednesday January 24, 2018
Lindsay Street South Road Closure Update
On Wednesday January 24, 2018 at 8:00AM the City of Kawartha Lakes Police Service responded with Kawartha Lakes Paramedic Service and Kawartha Lakes Fire Rescue Service to a four-vehicle collision on Lindsay Street south in Lindsay. Lindsay Street south was closed temporarily between Mary Street and Logie Street while the collision was investigated. Two people were taken to hospital with minor injures and the roadway has been reopened.
Theft of LED Headlights
A Lindsay area car dealership has reported the theft of headlights from two vehicles parked on their property. Between 7:00PM on January 22nd and 10:30AM on January 23rd 2018 an unknown person attended the dealership and removed the “LED” headlamps from two vehicles. Anyone with information about this theft is encouraged to contact the City of Kawartha Lakes Police Service at (705)324-5252, or information can also be provided anonymously to Kawartha-Haliburton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477).
Break and Enter to Lindsay Home
The City of Kawartha Lakes Police Service is investigating a break and enter to a home on Sussex Street north in Lindsay that occurred between the hours of 2:00PM and 4:30PM on January 23, 2018. The occupant reported to police that electronics and other personal property was removed from the home. Anyone with information about this theft is encouraged to contact the City of Kawartha Lakes Police Service at (705)324-5252, or information can also be provided anonymously to Kawartha-Haliburton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477).
Beware of Fraud!
Although the Internet, email and online banking have made some aspects of our lives easier, it has also increased the ability for criminals to take advantage of us in new ways. The City of Kawartha Lakes Police Service continues to receive fraud reports from members of the public on a daily basis. Fraudulent activity can take the appearance of lottery scams, family emergency or romance scams, a fake computer virus, secret shopper or cheque cashing scams…. the possibilities are limited only to the creativeness of the fraudster. The City of Kawartha Lakes Police Service is urging members of the community to not reveal personal or banking information over the telephone or Internet unless they are absolutely certain the transaction is legitimate. Remember that you have the right to ask questions, request a call back number or reference information. A legitimate business person should have nothing to hide. Your best defense if you suspect a fraud is to ignore an email or hang up the telephone and make a report to police. If it sounds too good to be true….it probably is! Please also warn vulnerable friends and family members who may be more likely to be victimized by Internet or telephone schemes.