Crime Has Not Taken a Canada Day Weekend Holiday

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Crime in Thunder BayTHUNDER BAY – Police over the long weekend have had to contend with crime across the city. This included six weapons offenses, 18 assaults, and a sexual assault reported on the 100 block of Picton Avenue.

Break ins and property crime did not take a holiday over the Canada Day weekend either. There were 37 incidents of property crime and 13 reported break ins.

There were also several thefts from vehicles and one vehicle reported stolen.

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