If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers or submit a Web Tip .  You do not have to give your name.  CRIME STOPPERS will pay a cash reward of up to $2000 and you can remain anonymous. 

Theft
November 04, 2019

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect involved in a theft.

On the 1st, 2nd and the 15th of October, a male party attended a retailer on Lasalle Boulevard near Barrydowne Rd. and selected merchandise.  On all occasions he was captured on video and seen to leave the premises without offering to pay for the merchandise.  The male is described as being about 40 to 50 yrs of age with a dark thin beard, dark mustach and hair.  The male is of wide girth and prefers to wear loose fitting tshirts and jeans, with a grey hoody. 

The estimated value of the stolen property is over $500.
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Break enter and commit
October 29, 2019

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect involved in a break and enter.

Sometime between the 11th and the 13th of October, unknown culprits attended a warehouse located on Dell Street at Morin Street.  They gained accessed to the building and ransacked the building, going through various rooms and offices, smashing windows and tearing things apart.  An attempt was made to access the safe, but the culprits were unsuccessful.  The victims of this crime are still trying to determine what was taken, they can say that numerous laptops were stolen.

The estimated damaged caused by these culprits exceeds $ 10 000.



Break, Enter and Theft
October 21, 2019

Crime Stoppers and the West Nipissing OPP are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying suspects involved in a Break Enter and Theft.

Between Friday, October 4th and Monday, October 7th, culprits attended a quarry off of Highway 575 in Verner and broke into a sea container.

There were over 100 items stolen from the container which included:

A Sweeney Torque ampliflier,  100 feet of welding cable, and an assortment of machinery and tools.

The value of the stolen property is estimated to be $20,000.

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Break enter and commit
October 15, 2019

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect involved in a break and enter.

On the 18th of September at about 6am, an unknown culprit attended at a retail establishment on Notre Dame Avenue near Bond Street.  The culprit proceeded to smash the glass door to gain access to the vestibule; then forced the second glass door open.  The culprit did steal property from within the business.  The male party is described as wearing a dark hooded jacket, a white and red ball cap, a light colored turtleneck, black pant with a stripe along the side and gloves.  He was wearing dark runners with a white sole.

Any information leading to the identity of this male would be appreciated.

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Theft of Grapple Log Trailer
October 07, 2019

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying suspects involved in this Theft incident.

Sometime between the 24th and 25th of September, culprits attended a shop located on Hwy 17 East in Wahnapitae and stole a Wallenstein Timber Talon grapple log trailer.  The trailer is described at bright orange, about 15 to 18 feet in length and 6 feet wide.  It has a Honda motor at the front of the trailer with hydraulics to assists in connecting to a hitch, and a grapple arm used to load logs into the trailer.

The estimated value of this trailer is about $ 30 000.
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Theft of RV
September 30, 2019

Crime Stoppers and the Nipissing West OPP are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying suspects involved in a Theft incident.

Sometime between the evening of September 11 and the evening of September 13, unknown culprit(s) stole a travel trailer from a storage property located on Alouette Road in Lavigne, Ontario.

The recreational vehicle (RV) is described as a 41 foot 2014 Sandpiper fifth-wheel camper, beige in colour with some brown, bearing Ontario plate N3287W.  It also has a small dent on the rear bumper, near the ladder. 

The estimated value of the stolen property is approximately $82,000 dollars.

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Theft of trailer
September 23, 2019

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying suspects with relation to a theft. 

Shortly after midnight on Tuesday September 10th, culprits attended an automotive repair facility in the south end of Sudbury and stole a 2007 29ft long enclosed trailer.  The trailer is very distinctive and has a military montage on one side of it and The Rock Harley Davidson on the other.  The trailer is an event trailer and had a large quantity of merchandise within.  The trailer is set up like a retail store with shelving, peg boards and cabinets.  

The value of the trailer and merchandise exceeds $ 300 000.

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Vehicle Fire - Manitoulin
September 16, 2019

Crime Stoppers and the Manitoulin OPP are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect or suspects with relation to a vehicle fire.

At approximately 7:40 pm, on September 10th, police were dispatched to a vehicle fire in a gravel pit near highway 540 in Robinson Township near Silver Lake.

Once at the scene, officers found the vehicle abandoned, unattended and fully engulfed in flames. The fire was extinguished with the assistance of the Silver Water Fire Department.

The vehicle was completed destroyed by the fire and is believed to be a Dodge Journey.

Anyone with information with regards to this matter is asked to contact Sudbury Crime Stoppers or Manitoulin OPP.

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Mischief
September 16, 2019

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying suspects with relation to a mischief. 

In the overnight hours of August 15th, unknown culprits attended the parking area of the McLelland arena in Copper Cliff and caused damage to a Citizens on Patrol vehicle.  The vehicle was found to have had most of its windows broken.  The Citizens on Patrol are volunteers who rely on the vehicle to patrol the community and report suspicious or criminal behavior.  They provide additional eyes and ears to the police. The loss of use of this vehicle was quite a consequential for them.

The COPS program would be grateful for any information that may lead to finding this culprit.

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Voyeurism
August 22, 2019

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect with relation to voyeurism. 

On the 2nd of August, police received a call from a retailer in the south end of Sudbury in regard to a suspicious incident.  Video surveillance was observed to show a white male, 50 to 60 yrs of age, thin build, with blond hair, and walks with a slight limp, approach a female who was bent over to pick up something.  The male proceeded to take images, capturing the underside of the female’s skirt, with a tablet that he was carrying.    The male was wearing a grey t-shirt, with white writing, a dark coloured baseball cap with a Capital C on the front, blue jeans with tears near the right side front hip area.  His running shoes are mostly white with some black trim and black laces.

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OPP Manitoulin – Break, Enter & Theft & Mischief
August 15, 2019

Crime Stoppers and the Manitoulin OPP are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying suspects involved in a Break, Enter and Theft and Mischief incident.

 

Sometime during the evening of July 30th, unknown suspects attended the Frood dam situated near Lawson’s Quarry on the east side of Highway 6 in Whitefish Falls.

Using a grinder, culprits removed two stop logs which control the water level from the Dam and tossed them over into the water. Suspects then broke into a storage shed and stole two overhead hoists.

 

The hoists are described as CM “S” Cyclone Hand Chain Hoists – Red in Color, rated for 2 ton with 30 feet of hoist chain.

 

The estimated value of the stolen property and mischief is approximately $5,000 dollars.

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Break and Enter
July 23, 2019

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying suspects with relation to break and enter and thefts. 

During the day time hours of the 3th of July, there was a series of break enter and theft incidents on Capreol Lake Road.  In 2 of the 3 incidents, culprits forced their way into the residences and stole electronics and jewelry.  In the 3rd incident, the culprit noticed that someone was at home and left the area.  A dark haired male driving a small dark colored pick-up truck or side by side, possibly black was observed in the area.

Any information that can assist with these three incidents would be greatly appreciated.



Theft and Fraud
July 16, 2019

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying suspects with relation to a theft and fraud. 

On the 18th of June, an older adult was shopping in the area of New Sudbury when the senior had some difficulty with the pin # at a cash register.  Upon leaving the store, the older adult felt that they were being followed. A couple attended by the victim’s vehicle and were uncomfortably close, between the cars.  Later in the day, it was discovered that the victim’s wallet had been stolen.  Upon contacting the bank, it was revealed that the victim’s credit card had been fraudulently used and an undisclosed amount of money was stolen.

The suspect couple are described as 30 to 40yrs of age, the male has dark hair and a goatee.  The female has light colored, shoulder length or longer hair.

These culprits will likely target more older adults by trying to capture their pin #, looking over the shoulder of the victim.

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Break, Enter and Theft
June 07, 2019

Crime Stoppers and the Warren OPP are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying suspect(s) with relation to a break, enter and theft. 

Sometime between April 8th and April 20th, unknown suspect(s) attended a cabin situated in a remote location off Highway 805, in Afton Twp. near Emerald Lake Camp.

Two 2000 watt EU inverter Honda generators, red in colour, were taken from the cabin and a yellow 20 litre gas container, half full, was taken from outside at the generator shack.

The value of the stolen property is estimated to be $3,500.
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Killing of Migratory bird
June 06, 2019

The Wildlife Enforcement Division of Environment & Climate Change Canada and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying suspects with relation to the senseless killing of a Whooping Crane.

It is alleged that in the evening hours of May 5th unknown culprit(s) attended on private property in the area of N Line and 10th Side Road on the north end of Barrie Island and shot a Whooping Crane. 

The Whooping Crane is a rare and endangered species.  This crane belonged to a small population of 100 raised and released cranes that are being monitored with telemetry bands. 

Any information leading to the identity of the persons or vehicles involved would be appreciated.

 

The images are provided by Terry Lands (Gore Bay birder/amateur photographer) and Nelson Jeffkins
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Break Enter and Theft - St Charles
May 29, 2019

The Warren OPP and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying suspect(s) in relation to a break, enter and theft.

It is alleged that sometime in the early morning hours of May 4th, culprit(s) broke into a residence located on Northland Road in St. Charles.

While the homeowners were asleep, suspects stole a cell phone, TV, X-Box, laptop computer, keys and a wallet.

The value of the stolen property is estimated to be approximately $3,000.

Any information leading to the identification of the suspects would be greatly appreciated.



Break Enter and Theft
May 29, 2019

It is alleged that between 4 pm on Monday May 13th and 10 am on May 14th culprits entered the shared office spaces for 2 non-profit agencies located on Elm St.   From the one office, electronics were taken and from the other office a safe containing a large sum of money.

The estimated value of the stolen items and cash is over $20,000.  Any information leading to the identity of the culprits would be appreciated.



Theft of Boat - Manitoulin Island
May 23, 2019

Crime Stoppers and the Manitoulin OPP detachment are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying suspect(s) with relation to a theft.

Sometime between May 8th and May 12th, culprits attended a property situated on Highway 540 and stole a boat, motor and trailer.

The stolen property is described as a white 2002 Starcraft Aurora deck boat, a black four stroke 115 HP Mercury motor and a white 2002 EZ Loader boat trailer.

The value of the theft is estimated to be approximately $18,000. 

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Arson
May 15, 2019

The Greater Sudbury Police Service and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect(s) with relation to arson.

On the 9th of April at about 8:20 pm, Fire Services attended to a residence on Romeo St in Val Caron which was on fire.  Police were contacted due to the suspicious nature of the fire.  This incident is believed to have been deliberate and is considered arson.  It appears that the culprits accessed the home through a window.

Any information in regard to the suspects would be appreciated. The estimated value of the damage to the home is $200 000. 



Mischief
April 23, 2019

The conservation officers with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying an individual with relation to an environmental concern.

Currently there is an ice hut that has been left on Kelly Lake near Southview Dr.  The ice hut appears to be a wooden structure mounted on a trailer, with a blue tarp roof.  A red Chevy Cobalt has been seen to park on Southview Dr to attend the hut. 

The deadline for removing ice huts from waterways was March 31st and there is a fine of up to $25 000 or 1 year in prison or both. 

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