August 8th, 2019 - Another busy twenty four hours for STPS as officers respond for
seventy eight calls for service.
St. Thomas Police are investigating after the man seen in these photos attempted
to shoplift $160 worth of meat from the Real Canadian Superstore yesterday evening
around 5:30 pm. The man left a car full of stolen goods and took off from the store
when he was approached by loss prevention officers. Know who he is? Call us! 519-631-1224
or Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-TIPS stthomascrimestoppers.ca Refer to Case #ST19011590
A thirty seven year old St. Thomas man wanted on a warrant was arrested by officers
yesterday morning around 8 am on Talbot Street. The warrant was issued after the
man breached his probation order. He was taken into custody without incident and
held for court.
Police have arrested a nineteen year old St. Thomas woman after she was caught stealing
from parked cars. The incident began Tuesday when police received a report of a
white Guess brand wallet stolen from a vehicle parked in a lot near Centre and Moore
Streets stolen sometime during the afternoon. On Wednesday afternoon around 3:30
pm police responded to a disturbance on Forest Avenue near Ross Street. When officers
arrived they discovered a man struggling with a woman. The man had confronted the
woman after he watched her steal from his neighbour's parked vehicle. When police
took the woman into custody they discovered she had the white Guess wallet reported
stolen yesterday. As a result she is charged one count Theft Under $5000, one count
Utter Threats, one count Assault and one count Trespass to Property. She was held
overnight at the Colin McGregor Justice Building for court.
A grey Jamis 26″ bike has been reported stolen from a residence on Ross Street yesterday
afternoon between 1:30 and 2 pm. The bike has two drink holders on the frame and
there was a red Sony wireless speaker in one of the holders at the time of the theft.
If you have any information about this theft or see the bike please call us at 519-631-1224
or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS stthomascrimestoppers.ca Refer to Case #ST19011612