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Theft From Boat

June 3rd, 2019 - On Sunday June 2, 2019 the St. Thomas Police were notified about a theft that had occurred sometime over the last few days from a boat that was parked on the property of a Centre St. address. A lock was broken by the suspect(s) allowing them entry into the boat. Taken was a Lawrence navigation system, a 24 inch Samsung TV with wall mount, several small kitchen appliances, food items, tools, fishing gear and bedding. If anyone has information relating to this incident they are asked to call the St. Thomas Police 519-631-1224 or Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-TIPS.

Theft of Lawn Equipment

The St. Thomas Police received a theft report on Sunday June 2, 2019 at around 5:30 pm. The victim had been outside about an hour earlier doing yard work on his and a neighbour's property on First Ave. south of Elm St. This is when a leaf blower and a trimmer were stolen from his laneway. Taken was a STIHL SH56C blower and vacuum combo as well as a STIHL FS91R brush cutter. Police canvassed the area and learned that around the time of the theft a suspicious older model dark coloured Suburban was seen in the area. The vehicle was described as having items on the roof, but no licence plate was obtained. If anyone has information about this incident or the possible suspect vehicle, they are asked to contact the St. Thomas Police at 519-631-1224 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.

RIDE Program

The St. Thomas Police conducted a RIDE program Sunday night at around 11:00 pm on Talbot St. near Inkerman. A total of 65 vehicles were checked and no alcohol or drug offences were detected.

Domestic Assault

St. Thomas Police were doing a walking patrol of the downtown area in the early morning hours of Monday June 3, 2019 when they heard a disturbance coming from the open window of an apartment. Police were able to raise the attention of the male and female inside the apartment and as a result of questioning both people it was determined that a domestic assault had occurred. Investigation revealed that a 54 year old female had been assaulted by her 50 year old boyfriend inside the apartment. As a result the male was arrested and charged with one count of Assault and he was later released with conditions and a future court date. The female victim was treated for minor injuries.

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Last Updated: Monday, 03 June 2019 17:07:16 PM EST

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