Sometime late Saturday night or early Sunday morning of November 22nd, an unknown suspect forced their way into the Wheatley Arena on Erie Street North. Once inside, the suspect damaged the ATM machine, a safe and entered the canteen area and stole a quantity of cash. The police investigation revealed that the area phone lines had been cut disrupting…Details
In the early morning hours of November 15th an unknown suspect entered a King Street East home by forcing the rear patio door. Once inside the thief removed a Macbook, a 55” Toshiba LCD TV, an Xbox 360 and games, golf clubs, jewelry, an IPOD, some items of clothing and several power tools. Crime Stoppers is seeking the…Details
Sometime during the early morning hours of Thursday November 5th, 2015, unknown suspects damaged five (5) vehicles parked at Actionmatic Ltd on Maple Leaf Drive in Chatham. Approximately $10,000 worth of tools were stolen from the trucks. Damage to the trucks is estimated at $3000. Crime Stoppers is seeking information regarding the identity of the persons responsible and return…Details
Sometime during the last week of October 2015 an unknown suspect stole an ATV from a Grand River Line home. The ATV, a silver 2002 Polaris A02 325 cc 4×4 with Ontario license plate 8AE54 has large utility box and gun rack on the rear and 3 milk crates strapped to the front racks. It is valued at…Details
During the early morning hours of Saturday October 17th, 2015 unknown suspects entered the fenced compound of the CP Rail yard located at the end of Murray Street, Chatham.
Once inside the suspects smashed the windows of two trucks and removed a Dell Laptop and a gas credit card. The suspects then cut the locks from the trucks tool boxes and removed a STIHL chain saw
and other assorted tools. The value of the theft is $2000 and $1000 in damages to the trucks.Details
During the early morning hours of Sunday October 11th, 2015 several unknown suspects damaged 14 of the Heli-Pad lamps located at The Kent Health Alliance. The suspects fled west from the area along Emma Street and out onto Lacroix Street. The cost of the mischief is $2800 however; this is minor compared to the problems that it created. The…Details
The theft of copper items continues to be an issue for the Chatham-Kent Police Service along with residents and businesses within our Municipality.
While it is understandable that copper holds a dollar value when sold as scrap, this is minimal compared to the costs of the theft of copper products from businesses, new home construction sites and hydro sites. Not only is it dangerous to remove but it’s also very expensive to replace.Details
Around the midnight hour on Saturday September 19th police and fire crews were sent to an abandoned home on Indian Creek West in Chatham. Upon arrival they found the house fully engulfed in flames.
Through investigation it was determined that this fire was intentionally set and as a result the home was destroyed. Evidence at the scene indicates that a vehicle was parked by the home at the time of the fire.Details
During the early morning hours of September 10th, 2015 unknown suspects entered several locked trailers located at the rear of a business located in the 700 block of St Clair Street in Chatham. The thieves removed several computers, televisions, area rugs, pillows, sheets and towels. The total value of the thefts is over $5000 with more than a $1000…Details