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STPS  More Counterfeit Money  Break and Enter  Theft  Assault

More Counterfeit Money

February 24th, 2019 - On Saturday February 23rd, 2019 police initiated an investigation into an item being purchased from a buying/selling web site. The victim sold an item for cash however the $500 in Canadian $20’s received turned out to be counterfeit. Again please remain vigilant when receiving money to ensure it is not counterfeit. These are the same counterfeit Canadian $20 dollar bills that had turned up recently.

Break and Enter

Also on Saturday February 23rd, 2019 police responded to an alarm at the Doug Terry Baseball complex. It was determined that unknown person(s) had entered the concession area, which triggered the alarm. Nothing was reported missing or damaged. If anyone has any information about this break and enter, the St. Thomas Police are asking for your assistance in identifying the person(s) responsible and can be called at (519) 631-1330 or Crime Stoppers 1(888) 222-TIPS (8477).

Theft

Further on Saturday February 23rd, 2019 police were notified about a vehicle entry at a church in the area of Wellington Street and Hincks Street. The window was smashed and wallet containing cash and various credit cards were taken from within the vehicle.

Assault

During the early morning hours of Sunday February 24th, 2019 police responded to an assault. A 40 year old male was walking south on the trail between Talbot Street and Elm Street, when he was approached by 3 males. One of the males punched the victim, which caused him to fall to the ground and then he managed to flee to a near-by house and call for help.

The males are described as being of slim build and wearing dark clothing. One male was of lighter complexion in comparison to the two other males who appeared to be of darker complexion.

If anyone has any information about this assault, the St. Thomas Police are asking for your assistance in identifying the persons responsible and can be called at (519) 631-1330 or Crime Stoppers 1(888) 222-TIPS (8477).

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