Vehicle Break-ins Mar Downtown Fort William Enjoyment


crimebeatTHUNDER BAY – Crimebeat – Vehicle break-ins have marred the enjoyment of hockey fans. Thunder Bay Police Service shares, “On Saturday December 3, 2011 there were three thefts from vehicles in the area of the Fort William Gardens while the victims attended a Thunderwolves Hockey Game. In all instances a window had been smashed to gain access. Wallets, purses, laptops, cells phones etc. were stolen.

Thunder Bay Police are aware that these types of incidents are common during events that draw large crowds and mass parking lots. During this festive season the Police want to remind people to lock their doors and not leave ANY valuables visible inside their vehicles.

If anyone has information about this incident please call Police at 684-1200 or Crime Stoppers at 623-8477.

NetNewsledger shared an article from the Edmonton Police Service on how to protect yourself, and your vehicle during the holiday, or any season. Click here.

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