Thunder Bay Police Seek Assistance Investigating Damage to Police Vehicles

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Thunder Bay Police are seeking help to locate the person or persons who damaged these new vehicles
Thunder Bay Police are seeking help to locate the person or persons who damaged these new vehicles

THUNDER BAY – NEWS –  Thunder Bay Police Service is seeking assistance from the public to identify individuals responsible for damage to brand new police vehicles.

Police were called to Pinewood Ford Collision Centre located on Tungsten Street on the morning of August 11th, 2015 to take a report of mischief to five brand new police Ford Explorers that were still at the dealership being completed before being used by the TBPS.

The vehicles that were located in the northeast compound had the windshields and headlights smashed and extensive damage was done to the body of one of the vehicles.

The value of damage is estimated over $10,000.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the police at 684-1200 or you may contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or www.tipsubmit.com.

Remember, with Crime Stoppers you are always anonymous so you will never testify in court and if your information leads to solving this crime, you could earn a cash reward up to $2,000.00.

Thunder Bay Police are seeking help to locate the person or persons who damaged these new vehicles
Thunder Bay Police are seeking help to locate the person or persons who damaged these new vehicles
Thunder Bay Police are seeking help to locate the person or persons who damaged these new vehicles
Thunder Bay Police are seeking help to locate the person or persons who damaged these new vehicles
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