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 of Jewelry
September 22, 2021

Between the hours of 2 pm and 2:45 on the 4th of September, a male party describe as in his 20s, 5ft 6 to 5 ft 8, blond wearing jeans and a blue polo shirt, attended two jewelry stores in the New Sudbury Center and attempted to steal gold chains.  He appeared nervous and shaky when asking to look at high end merchandise, which put staff on high alert. He then attended a pawnshop on Lasalle Blvd where he successfully stole a gold chain valued at $5 000. 
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Mischief
September 07, 2021

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to an allegation of mischief over $5 000.

Just after 11 AM on the 12th of June, at Elm Place, an unknown culprit attended the P3 Level parking lot and threw rocks, damaging 3 large windows.  The culprit was seen to leave the area through an external staircase, which exits in the laneway beside the Ste Anne des Pins church, at the end of Beech Street.

The estimated value of the property damage is over $30 000.



Mischief over $5000
August 27, 2021

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to an allegation of mischief over $ 5 000.

At about 3:50 on the morning of March 22nd , an unidentified couple was captured on video trying to access a parking pay Station located at Elm Place, off of Ste Anne’s Rd.   The culprits were a male and female.  He is described of average height with a mustache and goatee or beard, she is described as a blonde, average height.  

The estimated value of the property damage is over $20 000.

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Break Enter and Theft
August 24, 2021

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to a break, enter and theft.

At about 5:30 on the morning of August 8th, an unidentified culprit attended a retail outlet located on Lorne St near Quinn Street and broke a window with an object.  The culprit then enters and exits the premise twice to take merchandise. 

The estimated value of the stolen items and damage to the property is over $2 000.



Theft
July 06, 2021

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to an allegation of theft.

Just after 10 pm on the 28th of June, a dark coloured SUV was seen attending an apartment complex on Regent Street, near York Street. It was observed stealing a 2021 14 foot Wide body Legend boat, a 20 horsepower four stroke Mercury motor and the Easy boat trailer.

The estimated value of the stolen property is $ 14 000.

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Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision Involving Pedestrian
June 29, 2021

Crime Stoppers and the Manitoulin Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police are seeking the public’s assistance with regards to a fatal pedestrian hit and run.

 

On June 12, 2021 at approximately 12:49 a.m. officers from the Manitoulin Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) received a report of a lone male walking on the roadway on Highway 6, north of the bridge in Espanola.

 

Police arrived and located a deceased person on the southbound lane of Highway 6. The deceased has been identified and resided in Sables-Spanish River Township.

 

The investigation is continuing under the direction of the OPP’s Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB) with the assistance of the Office of the Chief Coroner and the Ontario Forensic Pathology Service (OCC-FPS). 

 

Police are asking anyone with video surveillance or dash cam video from around the time and area of the occurrence, to contact Crime Stoppers or the Manitoulin Ontario Provincial Police.

 



Theft
June 07, 2021

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to an allegation of theft.

Sometime between 5 pm on the 13th of May and 7 am on the 14th of May, unknown suspects attended a property on Mumord Rd in Lively.  The culprits took from the property a silver trailer upon which was a 2012 black Polaris ATV, with a tote trailer, snow plow and a Yard Work lawnmower.  The trailer was parked in a fenced compound. 

The estimated value of the stolen property is just under $ 20 000.



Weapons
May 21, 2021

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to an allegation of an incident involving a weapon.

Just before midnight on the 14th of May, police were sent to a location on Durham Street in regard to a male party being stabbed.  The victim was transported to Health Sciences North with serious but non life threatening injuries.   This incident is believed to have been targeted.

Detective Constable Scaglione would appreciate any information that we can gather in regard to the culprit in this incident.



Suspicious Fire
May 17, 2021

Crime Stoppers and the Ontario Provincial Police are seeking the public’s assistance in regard to a suspicious fire.

Members of the Noelville detachment responded to a seasonal cottage fire that took place in the early morning hours of April 28th on Turenne Road in the Municipality of French River.  The Ontario Fire Marshall’s Office attended and investigated. The cause of the fire was determined to be of a suspicious nature.

The cottage was not occupied at the time and there were no injuries. Damage has been estimated to be approx. $150,000.  Any information leading to the suspect in this incident would be appreciated.



Harrassment Complaints Manitoulin Island
May 11, 2021

Crime Stoppers and the Ontario Provincial Police are seeking the public’s assistance in solving harassment Complaints.

On March 2nd,  members of the Manitoulin detachment received a complaint of letters with concerning content that were placed in the mail box of homes in Burpee / Mills Township.

On March 12th,  they again responded to a complaint of similar letters being found posted on the Assiginack Post Office bulletin board.

The message conveyed intimidating content towards new landowners and a religious community on Manitoulin Island.

Further information in regard to the person responsible would be appreciated.



Break and Enter
May 03, 2021

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to an allegation of break, enter and theft.

On the 18th of April, just after midnight, unknown suspects entered a home on Aspen Ct in Capreol.  One of the residents of the home was present and with dogs on the upper floor of the home.   The culprits did ransack the kitchen, dining and living room, all of which are on the main floor of the residence.  The property taken includes electronics and jewelry.

The estimated value of the stolen property is undetermined at this time.



Theft
March 15, 2021

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to an allegation of theft.

Sometime in the last week, unknown culprit(s) attended at Veteran’s Monument located on Horobin Street at the Parklawn cemetary.  Staff discovered that someone had broken the bolts and removed a ceremonial sword from the monument.  This sword is bronze and stands about 3 feet tall and is approximately 6 inches wide.  This sword was from World War 2.  

The estimated value of the stolen property is $2 000.

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Theft
February 24, 2021

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to allegations of mischiefs and thefts.

In the last few months, the Greater Sudbury Police Service has seen an increase in thefts from coin laundry facilities throughout the city.  These thefts cause significant damage to the property and do have an impact on tenants while waiting for repairs. 

Landlords are reminded to empty out their laundry machines daily, to have some security surveillance in place and if possible to consider changing to a smartcard laundry system.



Theft of Trees
February 11, 2021

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to an allegation of theft.

It was discovered in the morning hours of Wednesday January 20th that culprit(s) attended in the area of Morgan Road, north of the Vermillion River and cut down a large tree on a private property.  On the 30th of January between noon and 5 pm, culprits attended the area and cut another large tree.  On both occasions, the theft of the tree was obvious from the wood shavings and saw dust, extending onto the roadway.

It is illegal to access private property and cut down a tree.   Any information on this matter would be greatly appreciated.



Break and Enter
January 06, 2021

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to a break, enter and theft.

It is alleged that shortly after midnight on the 18th of December, a lone male suspect entered a garage, searched vehicles and stole some power tools in the area of Kirkwood Drive.   The male was observed by numerous security cameras and witnesses entering or attempting to enter vehicles and other garages in that same area. The suspect is described as Caucasian, with a slim to average build, was dressed in a toque with a blue hoodie, construction type coat, jeans and boots.

 Any information leading to the identity of this culprit would be greatly appreciated.
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Suspicious Death
December 17, 2020

The Nipissing West Sudbury Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to a sudden death.

On December 8th, 2020 police were called to a suspicious death of a female who was located near Tilton Lake Road in Eden Township.  A post mortem examination by the Office of the Chief Coroner and Ontario Forensic Pathology Service have identified the 40 year old woman as Amanda OAKE of Sudbury.

The investigation is continuing under the direction of the Ontario Provincial Police Criminal Investigation Branch.



Theft of heavy equipment
December 01, 2020

Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to a theft of a piece of  heavy equipment.

It is alleged that between the 25th and 29th of September, unknown culprits attended a quarry located on Long Lake road and took a Caterpillar 420F backhoe from the property.  The culprits disabled the GPS from the piece of equipment.   The value of this backhoe is $ 95 000.

Any information leading to the identity of this or these culprits would be greatly appreciated. 



Suspicious Death
November 16, 2020

The Nipissing West Sudbury Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to a sudden death.

It is alleged that on October 25, 2020 police were called to a suspicious death of a male who was located on a trail, in Point Grondine Reserve, off of Hwy 637 in Killarney.  The cause of death was later confirmed to be an injury from a firearm.

A joint forces investigation is continuing by Wikwemikong Tribal Police, Ontario Provincial Police Criminal Investigation Branch and the Ministry of Natural Resources.



Theft of Boat and Trailer
October 22, 2020

The Manitoulin Ontario Provincial Police and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s assistance in relation to a boat and trailer theft.

It is alleged that on September 1st , 2020 the Ontario Provincial Police were dispatched to a theft of boat and trailer located on Highway 540 in the Town of Evansville.   Suspect(s) transferred the trailer with the boat to another vehicle and fled the area.

The boat is described as a 2008 Bayliner 20.5 feet with a black stripe down the entire side bearing Ontario Boating Licence number ON1231134.  The trailer is described as a white single axel trailer with white fenders and Ontario licence plate number T9535K.

The approximate value of the property stolen is estimated to be $25,000.00.

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MNRF - Theft
October 05, 2020

Crime Stoppers and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry are seeking the public’s assistance for information in regard to the theft of commercial fishing nets.

 Allegedly, sometime between the 1st and 20th of September, in the late afternoon, between 4 and 5:30 pm, commercial fish operators have had fishing nets and their content stolen from the Whalesback Channel.  This is in the area of the North Channel of Lake Huron.  A blue and lighter colored boat with a black motor has been observed in the area at the time of the thefts. 

The estimated value of the stolen nets and content is $ 10 000.  



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