Crimes of the Week
As we prepare for the holiday season, our plans usually include taking time to be with family and friends. Please remember that there is one group of people who don’t necessarily take time off over the holidays…THIEVES.
Presents inside your vehicle in plain view, unlocked homes or cars, easy access to bank or credit cards are all favourite ways for these criminals to make their Christmas merry, and RUIN yours. Please take time to ensure that your holidays are safe and enjoyable. Lock your gifts in your trunk while shopping, make your home safer with secure doors, windows and plenty of light, and be careful while using bank and credit cards.
The festive R.I.D.E season has arrived and Crime Stoppers and all of its police partners are asking for the public’s help in being proactive by reporting impaired drivers.
If you observe a vehicle driving erratically or in a dangerous manner take note of the color, make of vehicle, direction of travel and if possible the license plate number.
Pull off to the shoulder; report the offence and you can be an important part of keeping our roads safe.
Remember we don’t need your name, you will remain anonymous, we don’t have call display, you don’t have to appear in court, you could also be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000.
Crime Stoppers, it’s your program and it works!
If you have information on these or any other crime, please call Crime Stoppers at 1 800-222-8477 or you can submit a tip on line at www.seawayvalleycrimestoppers.ca
The Seaway Valley Crime Stoppers present:
Bowser and Blue Comedy act
Saturday November 23rd.
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Stay on Course Program Trailer
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We invite you to explore this website and learn more about our program and any upcoming events. We also have several articles that provide useful information for the public to protect themselves.
Of course, the most popular part of the site is our profiles of unsolved crimes. If you have information on these or any other crimes, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. If you want more information on how to give a tip, click here.