Thunder Bay Police Seek Help in Meat Store Robbery

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THUNDER BAY -Thunder Bay Police are requesting assistance in identifying a suspect in a break and enter to Tim’s Meats at Empress Avenue and John Street.The business was entered at approximately o2:45EDT on Sunday May 26, 2013.  Once inside, a male suspect used a garbage can to take a large quantity of cigarettes and left the scene.  It is believed that a vehicle was used to pull the door from the front of the building.

Thunder Bay Police Seek Older Ford Truck

A white older looking 2 door Ford truck was seen heading northbound on Empress around the time of the incident.  Anyone with information about the suspect or vehicle is asked call Police or Crime Stoppers at 623-TIPS.  You may also submit an anonymous web tip at

Thunder Bay Police are also investigating a collision involving a motorcycle with a side cart and a pick up truck on June 7th, 2013 at 15:30EDT

The pick up truck was traveling west up McIntyre Street and stopped at the posted stop sign at the Court Street intersection. The driver then proceeded into the intersection was struck on the drivers side by the motorcycle that was northbound on Court Street.

The 43 year old male motorcyclist was taken to hospital with non life-threatening injuries. The driver of the truck was not injured.

The 58 year old male driver of the truck has been charged with Fail to Yield Right Of Way.

In the downtown south core, police responded to a call for service as a man who was assaulted saw his assailant outside of the Victoriaville Centre. 

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