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Hit and Run on the KingswaySTATUS
February 07, 2024
On the 5th of February, about 1:28 in the afternoon, a gold Chevrolet SUV was travelling east on the Kingsway between Levesque and Moonlight Ave when a truck approached from behind aggressively and struck the left corner of the SUV. A newer model Silver grey GMC Sierra AT4 failed to remain at the scene of the accident. The victim followed the suspect to a parking lot where the suspect, in his 30s, about 6 foot tall, slim build and light colored hair, aggressively approached the victim’s vehicle. The victim did not engage, and the suspect left at a high rate of speed.
Break, Enter and TheftSTATUS
February 05, 2024
On January 18, 2024, shortly before 4:00 p.m., the Manitoulin OPP responded to a report of a break and enter on Main Street in Sables-Spanish Rivers Township. The property
owners reported to police that a firearm, ammunition, and various power tools and hand tools were stolen from the property.
The approximate value of property stolen is over $25,000.00.
Break, Enter and Theft
December 15, 2023
Crime Stoppers and the Ontario Provincial Police are looking for your assistance regarding a Break, Enter and Thefts.
On the 5th of December just before noon, a male party was seen on video surveillance breaking into a cottage in the area of Reserve Camp Rd, Atikameksheng First Nations. The party was observed taking alcohol and a television but was scared off when the owner yelled at him through the surveillance system. In the same area, about the same time frame, another cottage was broken into where electronics and alcohol were taken.
The male party is described as 5’10’ to 6’ with a medium build with a shoe size of about 10 ½ or 11. He may have had other parties with him.
The estimated value of the stolen property is $ 3 500
November 09, 2023
On the 8th of October, at about 3:30 pm, a male entered a retailer located near the intersection of Spruce and Eyre street. He approached the staff member with a weapon, demanding money. The suspect then fled the area. The male is described as about 5’6” thin build, wearing a beige hoody, black face mask, dark blue trousers and dark colored footwear.
OPP Nipissing West Theft
August 24, 2023
Crime Stoppers and the Nipissing West Ontario Provincial Police are looking for your assistance in a matter regarding a theft.
Sometime during the 15th and 17th of August 2023, unknown culprits attended a location on Boundary Road in Markstay-Warren. The culprits stole a 2022 U27 Kuboda Excavator, a 2022 black Weberlane Flatbed Trailer with Ontario licence W9793Y, and an orange ditching bucket.
The estimated value of the stolen property is $72,000.
Break and Enter
July 26, 2023
On the 2nd of July, a break, enter and theft occurred at a home located on Falconbridge Road, between Emily Street and San Francisco Street. The theft resulted in a loss to the home owner of over $ 3 000 dollars. On the 8th of July, just after midnight, three suspects, a male, slim, about 5’9” to 6’ tall, a second male, medium build, over 6 ‘ tall and a female, blonde hair, thin build, were captured on video attempting to enter the home. It is believed that they were returning to victimize the resident again. Any information on the identity of the responsible parties would be greatly appreciated.
July 17, 2023
On the 30th of June, Police received a number of calls from area residents in regard to some graffiti. The unoccupied building located on Regional Road 80 at the intersection of Notre Dame Street in Hanmer had been tagged with graffiti. The graffiti was anti-semitic and included swastikas. These types of hate or bias crimes are taken seriously and are offensive to Holocaust survivors and their families. Greater Sudbury prides itself in the diversity of our community.
June 15, 2023
On June 4th at about 7 am, 3 males attended an address on Willow St and are suspected of assaulting 2 males. The victims were struck with blunt objects, and required medical attention.
The males are described as black, all about 5 foot 9 inches and 2 were thinner at about 180 lbs, the other at about 220 lbs. All were dressed in dark clothing. There was a female seen walking with 2 of the males who may have information to help police.
Any information on the identity of these parties would be greatly appreciated.
Break, enter and theft, Mindemoya campground
June 06, 2023
Sometime during the last week of April and first week of May 2023, unknown culprits trespassed onto a campground located in Mindemoya on Manitoulin Island. The suspects broke into several sheds and removed multiple items.
The approximate value of property stolen and damage to the sheds is over $7000.00.
Theft of Catalytic converters
April 04, 2023
On the night of March 21, 2023, unknown culprits trespassed onto a business property located on Hwy 17, in the Town of Espanola. The suspects cut and removed 10 catalytic converters from Dodge Ram trucks, nine were taken from 2022 Dodge RAMs and 1 was taken from a 2020 Dodge RAM.
The approximate value of property stolen and damage to the vehicles is $75,000.00.
March 29, 2023
Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regard to a serious collision.
On March 20th, 2023 at about 6:50 am a collision occured on Municipal Rd 80 near Donaldson Crescent in McRae Heights. The vehicles were an SUV and a cab portion of a transport with no trailer attached. The SUV crossed into oncoming traffic and struck a hydro pole. The driver, 46 years old, was taken to hospital with life threatening injuries. It is believed that other drivers were witness to this incident.
Any information on the transport cab or the driver would be greatly appreciated.
Hit and Run
March 14, 2023
Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regard to an allegation of a hit and run.
On the 19th of January at about 5:25 pm, at the intersection of Paris Street at Cedar Street, a pedestrian was struck by a dark coloured SUV with tinted windows. The driver of the vehicle did not remain on scene. The 44 yr. old pedestrian sustained some non-life threatening injuries.
Any information on the vehicle or the driver would be greatly appreciated.
February 14, 2023
Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regard to an allegation of theft.
In the last few weeks, culprits have been working hard at obtaining the pin number of innocent shoppers. Once a pin is obtained, the culprit and cohort will follow the victim to their vehicle, but will make it look like it is just by chance. The cohort will distract the victim, by making it look like something is wrong with the victim’s tire. Once the victim climbs out of their car, the culprit will sneak in and take the victim’s wallet. They can then proceed to use the cards to make large purchases or get some cash.
Distraction crimes are on the rise, please be aware of your surroundings when using a pin number and don’t be distracted.
Break, Enter and Theft
February 07, 2023
Crime Stoppers and the Elliot Lake Ontario Provincial Police are looking for your assistance in the matter of a break, enter and theft.
Sometime during the overnight hours of January 26th, unknown suspects attended a retail location on Ontario Avenue in Elliot Lake. The suspects broke into the location and stole various electronics, including two large screen televisions, a DVR and safe. A display case was also broken into and several cellular phones were stolen.
The estimated value of the stolen property and cash taken is $25,000.
January 05, 2023
Crime Stoppers and the Ontario Provincial Police are seeking the public’s assistance in regard to an allegation of theft.
Sometime between 10:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. on December 23rd, individuals attended a location on 700 Camp Rd. off of Hwy 144, north of Cartier and stole a snow machine from a parked trailer.
The snow machine was secured within an enclosed trailer which was locked. The 2021 Polaris 850 is described as black and grey, with orange accented skiis and track suspension.
The estimated value of this snow machine is approximately $17 000.
December 06, 2022
Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to an allegation of theft.
Sometime between the November 27th and December 2nd culprits attended at a business on Paris St., near Nepahwin Ave., and stole a trailer. The trailer is described at a 26 foot triple axle flatbed trailer. It has two grey ramps with oak in each ramp. The trailer had no hitch as the owner was in the process installing one but had not completed the installation.
The estimated value of this trailer is just under $20 000.
October 24, 2022
Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to an allegation of Theft.
Sometime over the Thanksgiving weekend, culprits attended a construction site on Nottingham Avenue and stole a Komatsu CK30-1 tracked skid steer loader. The machine is described as yellow with a black cab and is distinguishable as it has a black bucket cylinders and hydraulic couplers. This machine was on tracks and would have been removed from the area with a large tilt and load type truck, being too heavy for a standard truck or trailer. There is likely ignition damage on the machine.
The estimated value of this piece of equipment is well over $ 20 000.
Mischeif or Hate Crimes
May 10, 2022
Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to an allegation of mischief or hate crimes.
In the early hours of April 9th the letter Z, a symbol of victory to Russian military, was spray painted on a sign in front of the Ukrainian church on Notre Dame Avenue. On the 19th of April at about 10 pm, a glass panel of the door at the Ukrainian National Federation of Sudbury on Frood Rd was smashed, leaving a hole in the center. On the 26th of April, some derogatory graffiti was located on a trail that joins School Street and runs parallel to Cobalt St, in the Copper Cliff Area. All of these are being considered as hate motivated offenses and are serious in nature. Any information to the identity of the suspect(s) would be appreciated.
March 03, 2022
Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to an arson.
Around 11:45 p.m. on February 22nd, Greater Sudbury Fire Service attended a structure fire at 1212 Lasalle Blvd. A business at that location was ablaze.
Once the fire was extinguished, it was determined that the nature of the fire was suspicious. The business suffered extensive damages.
A collaborative investigation between police and the Ontario Fire Marshall’s office continues. Police are looking for any dashcam footage from that evening in area of Place de Leon mall or the identity of the suspect(s) involved in this matter.
February 17, 2022
Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in regards to a robbery.
Around 11:00 a.m. on January 24th, A citizen got into their vehicle at the gas station near Main St. E. and Regional Rd 15 in Chelmsford and started driving. A male party, who was hiding in the vehicle, sat up, brandishing a knife and advised the victim to drive to a secluded area on Montpellier Rd. The suspect then took an undisclosed amount of cash from the victim and was picked up by a white newer model Honda Civic.
The suspect is described as darker skinned, wearing a dark grey mask, green toque and black hood. He spoke with a heavy French accent and is about 5’11’ to 6’ tall with a slim build.
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