Special delivery at Waterdown home stolen by watchful thieves

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

This column will alert the public to crime in their community. Information is compiled and submitted by Constable Ian McKellar, Hamilton Police Service.

I would like to wish all the residents of the Flamborough area a very Merry Christmas and joyous New Year.

HOME AND BUSINESS ENTRIES

A Lennon Road resident returned home on December 9 to find a black, two-door vehicle in his driveway. The homeowner entered the home and discovered that a window had been broken, then scared off four males. The suspects are described as 20 to 25 years old and were wearing dark clothes.

Thieves entered a house under construction on Grindstone Way overnight on Dec. 9 and stole construction tools.

Police responded to a Hwy. 5 business after an alarm was received on Dec. 14. Suspects had pulled the front door out of its frame to get inside and a large amount of video games and systems were stolen.

OTHER INCIDENTS

UPS delivered a computer system to a Segwun Road address on December 7, leaving the package on the front porch of the home. Thieves helped themselves.

Thieves stole a blue spruce tree from a Waterdown business on December 8.

Police responded to a business at Clappison's Corners, where a stolen auto from the Peel Region was found on December 8.

Police responded to Flamboro Downs on December 9 after a trespasser refused to leave.

An employee at a Hwy. 5 business came out to their vehicle on December 10 to find that the 1995 Chevrolet pick up truck had been stolen.

Police responded to a Flamborough area group home on December 10, after a resident assaulted a worker and breached conditions of a probation order.

Police responded to the Sydenham Road area on December 10, after a truck had entered a field and was abandoned.

A Hwy. 6 property owner filed a trespassing complaint involving snowmobiles on their land on December 10.

A Chevrolet Cavalier was stolen from a Hwy. 5 church on December 10.

Vandals hit a Waterdown neighbourhood overnight on Dec. 10, smashing a resident's cement statue and damaging several vehicles.

A Waterdown resident woke on Dec. 10 find that vandals had damaged their house during the night.

Police responded to a Waterdown residence on Dec. 10, after a verbal family argument turned physical.

Police responded to a Waterdown residence on Dec. 12 to assist with a verbal argument among a couple.

Police returned to a Waterdown residence on December 12 for ongoing family problems.

An automobile - apparently stolen - was found abandoned at a Hwy. 5 business on December 14.

Police located a stolen vehicle parked on Pentland Road on December 14.

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Remember, if you need any one of the Emergency Services and it is an emergency then call 911. If it is not an emergency but you still need a police officer to respond to your situation then call Police Communications at 905 546-4925. When you reach the automated attendant press 2, then at the next set of instructions press 3.

If you have a question, comment or a concern as it relates to policing in Flamborough, then call the Mountain Police Station at 905-546-4930.

The Waterdown Policing Centre is not staffed by Police and volunteers work limited hours.

The Dundas Policing Centre at 905-628-0992 or 905-628-5809 has a Police officer working Monday 8 a.m. to 3:50 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday 8 a.m. to 11:50 p.m.

Special delivery at Waterdown home stolen by watchful thieves

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

This column will alert the public to crime in their community. Information is compiled and submitted by Constable Ian McKellar, Hamilton Police Service.

I would like to wish all the residents of the Flamborough area a very Merry Christmas and joyous New Year.

HOME AND BUSINESS ENTRIES

A Lennon Road resident returned home on December 9 to find a black, two-door vehicle in his driveway. The homeowner entered the home and discovered that a window had been broken, then scared off four males. The suspects are described as 20 to 25 years old and were wearing dark clothes.

Thieves entered a house under construction on Grindstone Way overnight on Dec. 9 and stole construction tools.

Police responded to a Hwy. 5 business after an alarm was received on Dec. 14. Suspects had pulled the front door out of its frame to get inside and a large amount of video games and systems were stolen.

OTHER INCIDENTS

UPS delivered a computer system to a Segwun Road address on December 7, leaving the package on the front porch of the home. Thieves helped themselves.

Thieves stole a blue spruce tree from a Waterdown business on December 8.

Police responded to a business at Clappison's Corners, where a stolen auto from the Peel Region was found on December 8.

Police responded to Flamboro Downs on December 9 after a trespasser refused to leave.

An employee at a Hwy. 5 business came out to their vehicle on December 10 to find that the 1995 Chevrolet pick up truck had been stolen.

Police responded to a Flamborough area group home on December 10, after a resident assaulted a worker and breached conditions of a probation order.

Police responded to the Sydenham Road area on December 10, after a truck had entered a field and was abandoned.

A Hwy. 6 property owner filed a trespassing complaint involving snowmobiles on their land on December 10.

A Chevrolet Cavalier was stolen from a Hwy. 5 church on December 10.

Vandals hit a Waterdown neighbourhood overnight on Dec. 10, smashing a resident's cement statue and damaging several vehicles.

A Waterdown resident woke on Dec. 10 find that vandals had damaged their house during the night.

Police responded to a Waterdown residence on Dec. 10, after a verbal family argument turned physical.

Police responded to a Waterdown residence on Dec. 12 to assist with a verbal argument among a couple.

Police returned to a Waterdown residence on December 12 for ongoing family problems.

An automobile - apparently stolen - was found abandoned at a Hwy. 5 business on December 14.

Police located a stolen vehicle parked on Pentland Road on December 14.

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Remember, if you need any one of the Emergency Services and it is an emergency then call 911. If it is not an emergency but you still need a police officer to respond to your situation then call Police Communications at 905 546-4925. When you reach the automated attendant press 2, then at the next set of instructions press 3.

If you have a question, comment or a concern as it relates to policing in Flamborough, then call the Mountain Police Station at 905-546-4930.

The Waterdown Policing Centre is not staffed by Police and volunteers work limited hours.

The Dundas Policing Centre at 905-628-0992 or 905-628-5809 has a Police officer working Monday 8 a.m. to 3:50 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday 8 a.m. to 11:50 p.m.

Special delivery at Waterdown home stolen by watchful thieves

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

This column will alert the public to crime in their community. Information is compiled and submitted by Constable Ian McKellar, Hamilton Police Service.

I would like to wish all the residents of the Flamborough area a very Merry Christmas and joyous New Year.

HOME AND BUSINESS ENTRIES

A Lennon Road resident returned home on December 9 to find a black, two-door vehicle in his driveway. The homeowner entered the home and discovered that a window had been broken, then scared off four males. The suspects are described as 20 to 25 years old and were wearing dark clothes.

Thieves entered a house under construction on Grindstone Way overnight on Dec. 9 and stole construction tools.

Police responded to a Hwy. 5 business after an alarm was received on Dec. 14. Suspects had pulled the front door out of its frame to get inside and a large amount of video games and systems were stolen.

OTHER INCIDENTS

UPS delivered a computer system to a Segwun Road address on December 7, leaving the package on the front porch of the home. Thieves helped themselves.

Thieves stole a blue spruce tree from a Waterdown business on December 8.

Police responded to a business at Clappison's Corners, where a stolen auto from the Peel Region was found on December 8.

Police responded to Flamboro Downs on December 9 after a trespasser refused to leave.

An employee at a Hwy. 5 business came out to their vehicle on December 10 to find that the 1995 Chevrolet pick up truck had been stolen.

Police responded to a Flamborough area group home on December 10, after a resident assaulted a worker and breached conditions of a probation order.

Police responded to the Sydenham Road area on December 10, after a truck had entered a field and was abandoned.

A Hwy. 6 property owner filed a trespassing complaint involving snowmobiles on their land on December 10.

A Chevrolet Cavalier was stolen from a Hwy. 5 church on December 10.

Vandals hit a Waterdown neighbourhood overnight on Dec. 10, smashing a resident's cement statue and damaging several vehicles.

A Waterdown resident woke on Dec. 10 find that vandals had damaged their house during the night.

Police responded to a Waterdown residence on Dec. 10, after a verbal family argument turned physical.

Police responded to a Waterdown residence on Dec. 12 to assist with a verbal argument among a couple.

Police returned to a Waterdown residence on December 12 for ongoing family problems.

An automobile - apparently stolen - was found abandoned at a Hwy. 5 business on December 14.

Police located a stolen vehicle parked on Pentland Road on December 14.

* * *

Remember, if you need any one of the Emergency Services and it is an emergency then call 911. If it is not an emergency but you still need a police officer to respond to your situation then call Police Communications at 905 546-4925. When you reach the automated attendant press 2, then at the next set of instructions press 3.

If you have a question, comment or a concern as it relates to policing in Flamborough, then call the Mountain Police Station at 905-546-4930.

The Waterdown Policing Centre is not staffed by Police and volunteers work limited hours.

The Dundas Policing Centre at 905-628-0992 or 905-628-5809 has a Police officer working Monday 8 a.m. to 3:50 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday 8 a.m. to 11:50 p.m.