Skip to main content

Rash of break-ins & thefts under investigation in Meaford

Lock
Share

Provincial police are investigating a series of break-ins in Meaford where hundreds of dollars worth of items, including several bicycles and camping equipment, were stolen.

Police say the break-ins and thefts happened in less than 24 hours on Albert Street between Thompson and Victor Streets, Birchwood Court, and Parker Street West, west of Thompson Street.

The incident on Albert Street likely happened Sunday between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m., while the Parker Street West break-in occurred around midnight.

Police say a caller reported several bikes stolen from the Birchwood Court residence around 10 a.m. Monday.

Provincial police urge residents in the area to check their video surveillance for any suspicious activity or persons.

They also remind the public to report all break-ins to the authorities.

CTVNews.ca Top Stories

DEVELOPING

DEVELOPING Motive of man who tried to assassinate Donald Trump remains elusive

Former U.S. president Donald Trump called for unity and resilience after an attempt on his life injected fresh uncertainty into an already tumultuous presidential campaign, while President Joe Biden implored Americans to 'cool it down' in the final stretch and 'resolve our differences at the ballot box.'

U.S. judge dismisses Trump classified documents case

The U.S. federal judge presiding over the classified documents case of former president Donald Trump in Florida dismissed the prosecution on Monday, siding with defence lawyers who said the special counsel who filed the charges was illegally appointed.

Stay Connected