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Oct
10
2018
30thBased on the successes of other tribute show fundraisers, Crime Stoppers is proud to be the recipient of funds raised at the March 5, 2019 Country Legends Tribute Tour show in Oakville.
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Sep
27
2018
BurlingtonIn the early morning of June 25, a robbery occurred at the Esso/Circle K on Guelph Line in Burlington, ON.
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Sep
24
2018
CNIt’s Rail Safety Week!
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Aug
21
2018
FilebankCrime Stoppers visited our friends at Filebank Canada to present them with a token of thanks.
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Aug
8
2018
HCSHalton Crime Stoppers’ Fall Shred Events will take place on Sunday, September 16, 2018 in Milton and Georgetown.
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Jul
13
2018
Crime StoppersCrime Stoppers of Halton is looking for Community Partners that are seeking to keep Halton one of the safest communities in Canada.
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Jun
18
2018
Crime StoppersCrime Stoppers of Halton launches hard-hitting public awareness campaign.
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Jun
7
2018

Crime Stoppers of HaltonCrime Stoppers of Halton is joining the effort to combat crime against wildlife and nature.

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May
15
2018
Filebank TruckCrime Stoppers of Halton’s annual Spring Shred fundraising events are fast approaching!
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May
3
2018
Cal Millar - Chair, Halton Crime StoppersA great time was had at the Georgetown Market Place on Friday, April 27. Crime Stoppers would like to thank...
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Mar
28
2018
30th LogoCrime Stoppers is pleased to confirm 2 Shred Events this Spring: May 26 in Burlington and May 27 in Oakville!
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Mar
22
2018
30th Anniversary Logo A great time was had at the Elton Rohn concert held at St. Volodymyr Cultural Centre in Oakville. Guests in attendance raved about the performance by Elton and the Band!  [ Details ]
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Mar
15
2018
 
Oakville Chamber of CommerceThe Oakville Chamber of Commerce and The Rotary Club of Oakville West are pleased to announce that Crime Stoppers of Halton will be the recipient of CN’s Charity/Not-for-Profit Excellence Award at the 23rd Annual Oakville Awards for Business Excellence (OABE) that will culminate in a Gala Dinner on Tuesday, March 27th at the Oakville Conference Centre.
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Mar
13
2018
 crime stoppersA limited number tickets remain for Elton Rohn (an Elton John Tribute) on March 21 at St. Volodymyr Cultural Centre in Oakville. Proceed benefit Halton Crime Stoppers directly.  [ Details ]
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Mar
6
2018
 
CS LogoCrime Stoppers of Halton has joined many Crime Stoppers programs in the switch to a new tip management software called P3 Tips. As a result, our links to web tips have been updated. 
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Feb
16
2018
 
crimestoppersPlease be aware that the tip management system used by most Crime Stoppers programs is back online. Thank you for your patience.  [ Details ]
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Feb
5
2018
jailathonCrime Stoppers of Halton is seeking jailbirds to help raise funds through our Jail-A-Thon, taking place on Friday, April 27 at Georgetown Market Place.  [ Details ]
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Jan
23
2018
 cslogoOn Monday, January 22, Crime Stoppers of Halton kicked off their 30th anniversary with an Open House and Theme Launch at Halton Region Centre.   [ Details ]
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Jan
12
2018
HCS logoVolunteers, local media outlets and various businesses that help fund Crime Stoppers of Halton will be recognized at an open house to mark January 2018 as Crime Stoppers Month.   [ Details ]
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Jan
5
2018
Crime StoppersThe arrival of January 2018 has special significance for Crime Stoppers of Halton.
It is the launch of Crime Stoppers Month and the beginning of a celebration to mark the 30th anniversary of Halton Crime Stoppers.
 
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Nov
8
2017
Crime Stoppers of HaltonThe hit music of Elton John, one of the world’s top recording artists, will reverberate through the St. Volodymyr Cultural Centre this Spring in Oakville when Elton Rohn performs a concert in support of Halton Crime Stoppers.
 
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Nov
7
2017
Crime Stoppers of Halton News Release

Cargo theft continues to be a major concern in the trucking industry and Halton Crime Stoppers is mounting a campaign with other Crime Stoppers programs to identify some of the people responsible for these heists.  [ Details ]
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Oct
23
2017
hcsNews Release
As Halloween approaches, Halton Crime Stoppers wants everyone, young and old, to have a happy and safe celebration. 
It’s a time for fun, but sadly crime doesn’t take a holiday and in previous years there have been reports of Halloween candy stolen from youngsters as well as tampered treats handed out to unsuspecting ghosts and goblins going door to door through their neighborhood.
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Oct
13
2017
Burlington ChamberWednesday October 18th from 5:00 to 7:00pm

Art Gallery of Burlington is hosting a Trade Show Event!
1333 Lakeshore Rd

Burlington Chambers is having a Trade Show Event and Halton Crime Stoppers will be attending this event amongst other organizations.

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Sep
22
2017
Fall Shred Event In Milton For a donation to Crime Stoppers of Halton, area residents can safely dispose of financial documents and personal papers to help combat identity theft.  Everyone is invited to bring any confidential records, including bank statements and old tax returns, to Sobeys grocery store parking lot at 1035 Bronte St South. In Milton, on Saturday, September 30th between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. to “Feed the Beast” – FileBank’s state-of-the-art mobile shredding machine for a monetary donation to Crime Stoppers of Halton.
 
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Sep
18
2017
 ocsaHalton Crime Stoppers is once again supporting an initiative of the Ontario Association of Crime Stoppers to warn of concerns related to the sale and use of illegal cigarettes  [ Details ]
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Jun
23
2017
Halton Chief of Police Steven Tanner, thanks local banks for their support of the Burlington Shred EventCrime Stoppers of Halton along side Halton Chief of Police Steven Tanner, thank local banks for their support of the Burlington Shred Event that was held on June 3rd, 2017.  [ Details ]
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Jun
21
2017
LogoFrom June 18 to July 15, 2017 LCBO stores in Oakville and Milton have set up donation boxes and are urging customers to give money to assist Halton Crime Stoppers in their work to help keep our region one of the safest in Canada.  [ Details ]
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Jun
5
2017
HRPSHalton Regional Police Services Board donates $2,345.00 cheque to Crime Stoppers of Halton. Presenting the cheque is Julie Moscato, Executive Director of Halton Regional Police Services Board to Crime Stoppers of Halton Chair Cal Millar and Police Coordinator Detective Constable Jodi Richmond.  [ Details ]
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May
26
2017
FilebankFor a donation to Crime Stoppers of Halton, area residents can safely dispose of financial documents and personal papers to help combat identity theft.  Everyone is invited to bring any confidential records, including bank statements and old tax returns, to the Northeast parking lot at Ghent Ave. & Brant St. in Burlington, on Saturday, June 3rd between 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. to “Feed the Beast” – FileBank’s state-of-the-art mobile shredding machine for a monetary donation to Crime Stoppers of Halton.  [ Details ]
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May
3
2017
VolunteersAs Canada celebrated National Volunteer Week last week, the Board of Directors and Volunteers of Crime Stoppers of Halton came together on Monday, April 24, 2017 at the Halton Region Building for their annual Appreciation Dinner in celebration of the time, commitment and work that our volunteers give to our organization to educate and to raise awareness and funds throughout the Halton region.  [ Details ]
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Apr
25
2017
File bank truckFor a donation to Crime Stoppers of Halton, area residents can safely dispose of financial documents and personal papers to help combat identity theft.  Everyone is invited to bring any confidential records, including bank statements and old tax returns, to the main parking lot of the Halton Region Centre, 1151 Bronte Road in Oakville on Sunday, April 30 between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. to “Feed the Beast” – FileBank’s state-of-the-art mobile shredding machine for a monetary donation to Crime Stoppers of Halton.

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Apr
3
2017

Team member from Crime Stoppers of Halton are joined by MPP Kevin Flynn and Chair of OTF’s Halton-Peel Grant Review Team, Mark Emmanuel, On Friday March 31st, 2017, Oakville MPP Kevin Flynn and Chair of OTF’s Halton-Peel Grant Review Team Mark Emmanuel presented a plaque to Crime Stoppers of Halton Chair Doug Maybee in recognition of a $14,800 Capital grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) to Crime Stoppers of Halton.

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Mar
31
2017
VolunteersA special thank you to all that joined the Crime Stoppers of Halton crew last night for Eagles tribute band Hotel California benefit concert March 30th, 2017 for Crime Stoppers of Halton.

 

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Mar
8
2017
cshEagles tribute band Hotel California playing benefit concert March 30 for Crime Stoppers of Halton.  The hit music of The Eagles, the soundtrack for many of our lives, will fill the house of the St. Volodymyr Cultural Centre in Oakville when Hotel California, the internationally-renowned Eagles tribute band, plays a benefit concert for Crime Stoppers of Halton Thursday evening, March 30.  [ Details ]
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Mar
8
2017
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Royal Canadian Legion Bronte Branch 486 donates $1,000 cheque to Crime Stoppers of Halton. Presenting the cheque is Branch 486 President Fred Norman and 2nd Vice Mary Nieuwpoort to Crime Stoppers of Halton Chair Doug Maybee (LCDR, RCN Ret’d) and board member Wally Trapler.  

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Feb
24
2017
CNCrime Stoppers of Halton thanks CN for becoming a proud supporter of Crime Stoppers of Halton Billboard Sponsorship Program.  At the CN Milton office, Crime Stoppers of Halton Board Chair Doug Maybee, thanks CN for its continued support of Crime Stoppers of Halton alongside Wally Trapler, Crime Stoppers of Halton board member and retired CN Police Officer and Drew Redden, CN Ontario Lead of Community Affairs.
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Feb
3
2017
snapdJanuary was officially recognized as Crime Stoppers Month during a special celebration on January 17. The event was held at the Halton Police 20 Division, 95 Oak Walk Drive in Oakville.  https://oakville.snapd.com/event/1014726#/  [ Details ]
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Feb
2
2017
January CS MonthEvery 14 minutes, an arrest is made somewhere in the world thanks to a tip made to Crime Stoppers.  That is according to Crime Stoppers of Halton board chair Doug Maybee, who highlighted the importance of its work and history Tuesday, Jan. 17 during the launch event for its 2017 theme — See Something, Hear Something, Say Something — and to promote January as Crime Stoppers of Halton Month  [ Details ]
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Jan
16
2017
HHJoined by Crime Stoppers of Halton Board Chair Doug Maybee, Mayor Rick Bonnette of the Town of Halton Hills, signs a proclamation hereby proclaiming the month of January 2017 as Crime Stopper Month.  Mayor Bonnette urges all residents to support the activites of Crime Stoppers of Halton.  [ Details ]
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Jan
5
2017
Oakville Mayor Burtton signing proclamationJoined by Crime Stoppers of Halton Board Chair Doug Maybee, and HRPS Police Coordinator for Crime Stoppers of Halton Paul Proteau, Mayor Rob Burton of the Town of Oakville, signs a proclamation hereby proclaiming the month of January 2017 as Crime Stopper Month.  Mayor Burton urges all residents to support the activites of Crime Stoppers of Halton.

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Jan
5
2017
Milton MayorJoined by Crime Stoppers of Halton Board Chair Doug Maybee, and HRPS Police Coordinator for Crime Stoppers of Halton Paul Proteau, Mayor Gordon Krantz of Milton, signs a proclamation hereby proclaiming the month of January 2017 as Crime Stopper Month.  Mayor Krantz urges all residents to support the activites of Crime Stoppers of Halton.  [ Details ]
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Jan
3
2017

logoNews Release:  Halton Crime Stoppers is celebrating January as Crime Stoppers Month along with other programs in Canada and around the world.  January will be officially recognized as Crime Stoppers Month during a special celebration on January 17th. The event, which runs from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., will be held at the Halton Police 20 Division, 95 Oak Walk Drive in Oakville.  In addition to remarks from politicians and key police personnel, the chair of Halton Crime Stoppers, Doug Maybee will outline the program’s main achievements from 2016 and detail plans for the next 12 months

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Nov
24
2016
Crime Stoppers International logoHalton Crime Stoppers has been honored by Crime Stoppers International with three media awards for coverage provided by community newspapers.

The awards in a competition between Crime Stoppers organizations worldwide in communities of between 300,000 to one million – were announced at the Crime Stoppers International annual conference held late September.  [ Details ]
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Nov
22
2016
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Hotel California FundraiserThursday, March 30th, 2017
7:30pm (doors open at 7pm)
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(St. Volodymyr Cultural Centre)
1280 Dundas St W, Oakville

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Oct
16
2016
Crime Stoppers of Halton Fall Shred
Join us for our next Shred event On October 16th 9:00am-3:00pm at Real Canadian Superstore 171 Guelph Street, Georgetown.
Filebank has once again donated their trucks and employees for this important fundraising event. Come see "the beast" eat up your confidential materials in order to keep it out of the hands of fraudsters.
This event raises much needed operating funds for Crime Stoppers so they can continue their work in keeping Halton Region the safest in the Country!
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Oct
15
2016
Crime Stoppers of Halton Fall Shred
Join us for our next Shred event On October 15th 9:00am-3:00pm at Halton Region Centre 1151 Bronte Road (Lot A).
Filebank has once again donated their trucks and employees for this important fundraising event. Come see "the beast" eat up your confidential materials in order to keep it out of the hands of fraudsters.
This event raises much needed operating funds for Crime Stoppers so they can continue their work in keeping Halton Region the safest in the Country!
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Sep
22
2016
Halton Crime Stoppers 9th Annual Golf TournamentFrom everyone at Crime Stoppers of Halton, thank you to all of our participants, sponsors and volunteers for your generous support of our 9th Annual Charity Golf Tournament.  It turned out to be a wonderful success!  [ Details ]
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Aug
15
2016
Golf TournamentCrime Stoppers of Halton will hold its Ninth Annual Charity Golf Tournament at the Royal Ontario Golf Club in Hornby, Ont., on Tuesday, Sept. 20.  [ Details ]
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May
19
2016
Raymond Michael VenrusHalton Crime Stoppers is hoping a reenactment of a 2007 homicide, filmed in Oakville Wednesday, will finally bring justice for the victim’s family.  [ Details ]
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May
15
2016
feed the beast fundraiserOn May 7 and 8, Crime Stoppers of Halton and FileBank hosted the Spring Shred fundraiser for community members to safely dispose of personal papers and sensitive documents at Halton Regional Centre in Oakville.  [ Details ]
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Jan
15
2016
Prime Minister TrudeauPrime Minister Justin Trudeau honors the Canadian and International Crime Stoppers Initiative by declaring January as Crime Stoppers Month.  [ Details ]
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Crime of the Month
Oct
2018

Halton HillsOn March 27, 2018, police were contacted by a business (Noble Trade Contractors at 8699 Escarpment Way) after they discovered that an exterior locker had been broken into and approximately twenty gas cylinders had been taken.

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Oct
2018
Oakville

Detectives from the Halton Regional Police Service 2 District Criminal Investigations Bureau are seeking the identity of a male responsible for a commercial break and enter at a ‘Burger King’ Restaurant located at 2460 Winston Churchill Blvd in the Town of Oakville.

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Oct
2018
BurlingtonOn July 24, a robbery occurred at the TD Bank on 1505 Guelph Line in Burlington.
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Sep
2018
BurlingtonHalton Police are seeking witnesses to a vicious assault that took place shortly after 2:30am on August 11, 2018 in Burlington.
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Aug
2018
Burlington

In the early morning of June 25, a robbery occurred at the Esso/Big Circle at 1170 Guelph Line in Burlington, ON.

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Aug
2018
Oakville

The Halton Regional Police Service is warning the public to be vigilant after receiving two reports of “distraction thefts” in Oakville during the month of July.

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Jul
2018
Oakville

Overnight on the 12th of June 2018, between 2:00am to 3:30am there were break and enters to Agabi Restaurant and the Fifties Dinner in the Town of Oakville, Ontario.

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Jun
2018
Burlington

Break and Enter (18-92335)

In the evening of March 16 (after mall closing), a break and enter was found to have occurred at WOW Mobile at Mapleview Mall in Burlington, ON.

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Apr
2018
 burlingtonBreak and Enter (18-50735)

In the early morning of February 12, a break and enter was found to have occurred at Venus Nails Spa located at 4155 Fairview Road in the City of Burlington. 

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Mar
2018
Burlington

On February 3rd 2018 shortly after 4:00 PM, police responded to Bluffs Way in Burlington after an anonymous 911 call was received reporting  a male putting a gun into the back of a vehicle.  

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Mar
2018
 
OakvilleOn Friday, February 23rd 2018 a Red Trek Marlin-5 Mountain bike was stolen from Garth Webb Secondary School. The bike was taken at approximately 10:57pm.   [ Details ]
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Sep
2018
Oakville

Between approximately 1:00 am and 4:00 am on August 2, 2018 there were five residential break and enters in the area of Sixth Line and North Service Road, Oakville.

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Apr
2018
Georgetown
Break & Enter Residence (17-00297078)
On August 30, 2017, police were contacted by a resident after they noticed the rear door to the garage had been kicked in and the entrance to the residence from the garage was unlocked.

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Jan
2018
 BurlingtonA store on 1400 Plains Road East (Burlington Electric Scooters) was broken into on the night of November 13, 2017 at approximately 2:00am. The suspect is believed to have stolen a 60V 20 AMP Lithium battery (Brand: Enginely). The battery is turquoise in colour and approximate dimensions of 12”x5”x3”. This item is used to power mobile scooters.

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Jan
2018
 OakvilleOn December 29, 2017 at approximately 6:28pm, a dark coloured Ford F-250 pickup truck entered the parking lot at WSP Engineering at 610 Chartwell Road in the Town of Oakville. The truck entered from South Service Road and was observed on camera leaving the property on the South Service Road westbound, drawing a large, white enclosed cargo trailer from the business parking lot. 

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Jan
2018
halton hillsOn December 31, 2017, two male suspects entered at the rear of Sport Check, Georgetown Mall (280 Guelph Street, Georgetown) at approximately 3:00am. The suspects were observed on surveillance cameras drilling 2 holes into the steel door to gain entry to the interior latch. 

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Nov
2017
burlingtonSalvation Army Thrift Store became the victim of a break, enter and theft.  Police are on the lookout for the culprits, who are responsible for a break, enter, and theft that occurred on October 07, 2017 located at 3245 Fairview Street in the City of Burlington. 

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Nov
2017
 oakvilleThe complainant, Marc LEBLANC, is the owner of Pools for Home Design and Construction located at 1260 Speers Road in the town of Oakville. The complainant reported his vehicle stolen on Monday 06NOV2017 at 12:00 pm. The complainant advised he last saw his vehicle on Friday 03NOV2017 at 5:30 pm. 

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Nov
2017
oakville Since July of 2017 an unknown male suspect has been responsible for several thefts at local businesses throughout Burlington and Oakville.  [ Details ]
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Oct
2017
Halton Hills
Second Cup Store became a victim of a break and enters. Police are on the lookout for the culprits who are responsible for a break and enter that occurred on March 16, 2017 at 9:57 pm located at Toronto Premium Outlet mall at 13850 Steels Ave. W, in the Town of Halton Hills. 

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Oct
2017

Oakville At approximately 9:30 pm on September 15, 2017, an unknown male forced entry through a second level bedroom window on Meadowridge Drive in Oakville. While no one was home, the suspect rummaged through upstairs bedrooms and made way with a quantity of currency and jewelry. 

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Sep
2017

Halton HillsA family home became the victim of a break and enter.  Police are on the lookout for the culprits who are responsible for a break and enter that occurred on February 03, 2017 at 8:10pm located at 724 No. 22 Side Road in the Town of Halton Hills.

The suspects entered the house through an unlocked garage door and used an axe , found within, to force entry into the home.  The suspects rummage throughout the entire house and  stole a television, several other electronics, and jewelry.

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Sep
2017

MiltonPolice on the lookout for male dubbed ‘Mr. Fill and Fly’
Police are looking to identify an elderly male who has been committing multiple thefts of gas across southern Ontario. The suspect has utilized at least two different vehicles and has attached license plates stolen from Burlington and Hamilton to these vehicles.

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Sep
2017

BurlingtonA 69 year old female victim was approached by suspect who grabbed purse from her while walking to her car at a commercial plaza located at 2421 New Street (Guelph Ln/New Street).  During the struggle for her purse, the victim was thrown to the ground where she sustained minor injury to her arm.  Victim’s purse and its contents were stolen.  Suspect fled seen and was riding a bicycle.

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Sep
2017
Oakville  On at least 19 occasions between July 2016 and August 2017, the same suspect has attended hotels or restaurants in Halton and stole purses from the backs of chairs. The suspect pretends to talk on a cell phone while walking around the hotel/restaurant, and carries his jacket in his hand. When he observes a purse draped over the back of a chair, he casually approaches it while talking on his phone. He then discreetly covers the purse with his jacket and lifts up the purse which is concealed beneath the jacket, and then walks away with the stolen purse.

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Feb
2017
Halton Hills logoOn Monday 02May2016 at 1909 hours, police were dispatched to 16694 No. 27 Side road, Halton Hills. The complainant called to report that he had returned home to find that his shop had been broken into, 2 chiansaws were stolen, and an attempted entry was made on his home.  [ Details ]
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Feb
2017

OakvilleHalton police are investigating multiple incidents involving thefts from vehicles and damage to vehicles that occurred in the Yolanda Drive and Upton Court neighbourhood of South Oakville during the overnight hours of November 22nd/23rd

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Feb
2017

BurlingtonOn June 24th 2016 at approximately 1:06 PM, an unknown male suspected forced entry through the front door of a residence on Woodview Road in Burlington.  The suspect rummaged through several rooms of the home before being confronted by a resident of the home who had been in the basement at the time of the entry.

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Feb
2017
MiltonOn 29Jun2016, at 06:45 hours, North America Construction (NAC) workers returned to the job site in South Milton for the day and noticed that the trailer and one of the storage boxes had been entered.  Inside the trailer, the following items were taken: One Honda gas powered generator; a backpack-style cement vibrator; two cement vibrator attachments and a Makita radio.  Inside the Greenlee job box, the following items were taken: one Hilti T70 drill; three Dewalt grinders; one Dewalt sawzall; three Hammer drills; and one Dewalt impact gun  [ Details ]
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Dec
2016
Oakville LogoHalton police are investigating multiple incidents involving thefts from vehicles and damage to vehicles that occurred in the Yolanda Drive and Upton Court neighbourhood of South Oakville.  During the overnight hours of November 22nd/23rd a lone suspect entered unlocked vehicles and stole items including any available cash, at least 15 vehicles were targeted by the suspect. The suspect also slashed tires on many of these vehicles.
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Dec
2016

Halton hills logoSometime between 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 12, 2015 and the morning of Friday, November 13, 2015, unknown suspect(s) attended Gordon Enterprises located at 11553 Tenth Line in Georgetown.  The suspect(s) removed batteries from one dump truck and one transport truck before fleeing the premises.

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Dec
2016
City of burlingtonOn February 23, 2016 during the day an entry occurred on Townsend Avenue in Burlington.  The garage side door was unlocked.  The inner door the home was then forced open to gain entry.  Value of electronics and jewelry was stolen was over $9000.00.    [ Details ]
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Nov
2016
City of Burlington LogoSometime on May 27th between 18:30 and 22:00, unknown suspect(s) entered a residence on Glastonbury Road. They entered the north facing front door. They entered the north facing front door by damaging/kicking in the door, damaging the lock and frame.  [ Details ]
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Nov
2016

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Break and enter – 16-22579 – Halton Regional Police Service is investigating a Break and enter in the Town of Milton.

On January 23, 2016 staff at Kelso Conservation was alerted to a damaged fence on the conservation property located at 5301 Steeles Avenue West.

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Nov
2016
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Break and enter – 16-108235 - Halton Regional Police Service is investigating a break and enter in the Town of Halton Hills.
  

Between April 13- April 14, 2016 unknown suspects attended Digirolamo Greenhouse located at 8890 Eighth Line, Halton Hills.  

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Nov
2016
""Break and enter - 16-123020 – Halton Regional Police Service is investigating a break and enter to a restaurant in the Town of Oakville.
On Wednesday, April 27, 2016 at 4:13 a.m., a lone male suspect attended Il Fornello restaurant at 203 North Service Road.  [ Details ]
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HALTON CRIME STOPPERS really works and here's the proof...
1,203

Arrests Made

2,192

Cases Cleared

60,540

Rewards Paid
($)

2,737,747

Property Recovered
($)

18,109,083

Drugs Seized
($)

Local HCS statistics as of October 12th, 2018
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