Man in Custody following Residential Break and Enter
Dryden Police Service has 33-year-old Bernard Able RAE, of Sandy Lake Ontario in custody following a residential break and enter that occurred yesterday. On Wednesday, October 31, 2018, at approximately 4:30 pm, The Dryden Police Service received a call from the complainant of a break and enter to their Highway 17 home, located near Thunder Lake Road.
When the owners arrived home they found someone had entered the home by smashing a window and removing numerous items.
Dryden Police Service Officers conducted crime scene examination and an extensive search of the Highway 17 corridor where RAE was arrested at approximately 7:32 pm last night.
RAE is currently in custody and is facing charges of Break and Enter to a Dwelling, Possession of Stolen Property and four counts of failing to comply with court orders originating out of the Thunder Bay.
On October 31, 2018, Dryden Police received a call from a victim who reported that they were defrauded of a sum of money after being told by a “Microsoft” technician that their computer had a computer virus. The victim paid a fee to have the virus removed to later find out it was a fraud. If you receive a call, email or text that your computer has a virus DO NOT call the number listed, do not provide any personal information over the phone. It is a scam. It is unlikely your computer is affected in any way. If you are concerned, take your computer to a local technician for servicing.
Dryden Police urge the public to contact police should they have any information pertaining to any unsolved crime. Should they wish to remain anonymous and be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000.00 if their information helps solve a crime, they can anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at www.tipshelp.com, 1-800-222-TIPS or by texting “tip262 and their information” to CRIMES (274637)