Foreign national linked to local break-ins

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.

HOME AND BUSINESS ENTRIES

Hamilton Police have recovered a Canon EOS Digital Camera, which was pawned at a local pawnshop. Police are trying to identify the owner. The camera had pictures of family holidays in Las Vegas, Panama and other unknown locations. It is thought that the owner resides in the Ancaster or Flamborough area. For more information contact Det/Cst Mike Dunham # 85 at 905-546-3819

THINGS ARE NOT WHAT THEY SEEM

Sgt. Dave Dunbar of the Break Enter and Robbery Team reports the completion of a long case. A foreign national who had served serious penitentiary time in the U.S.A. for property crimes and was subsequently deported made his way to Canada. This 50-something male would arrive in communities in the province and ride around on a stolen bicycle breaking into homes.

Hamilton Police have been able to lay 14 charges against this man in connection with incidents at homes in Hamilton, many of them in Flamborough. The suspect had hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of stolen property in his residence in Toronto when arrested.

A snowblower was stolen from a garage at a Middletown Road address on February 3.

Thieves broke into a Concession 5 West business overnight on February 20.

OTHER INCIDENTS

A bill from the 407 ETR on January 26 led a Flamboro man to report the theft of a vehicle from several years ago.

Police stopped a vehicle on Dundas Street East on February 13 and found that the driver was under a license suspension. The car was towed and the driver was charged.

A Safari Road resident had their vehicle entered overnight on February 17. CDs and change were taken.

Suspects stole a camping trailer from a Flamborough trailer sometime during the first two weeks of February.

A Flamborough resident reported a form of harassment resulting from a business transaction on February 18.

Suspects damaged property at a 5th Concession address sometime overnight on February 18.

Police responded to a Rockton address on February 18 to investigate an assault.

Police stopped a vehicle on Hamilton Street on February 18 and found that the plates were expired and the car was registered as unfit. The car was towed and the driver charged.

A vehicle crashed into a ditch in the early morning hours on February 19. The driver fled the scene.

Police recovered a stolen vehicle abandoned on Innovation Drive on February 20.

Police went to a Waterdown address on February 20 on behalf of Peel Regional Police, looking for a wanted person. The suspect was arrested and later transferred to Peel.

Police assisted Emergency crews that were having trouble at a service call at a Flamborough campground on February 20.

Security at a Waterdown business arrested an 80-year-old female for shoplifting on February 22.

Foreign national linked to local break-ins

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.

HOME AND BUSINESS ENTRIES

Hamilton Police have recovered a Canon EOS Digital Camera, which was pawned at a local pawnshop. Police are trying to identify the owner. The camera had pictures of family holidays in Las Vegas, Panama and other unknown locations. It is thought that the owner resides in the Ancaster or Flamborough area. For more information contact Det/Cst Mike Dunham # 85 at 905-546-3819

THINGS ARE NOT WHAT THEY SEEM

Sgt. Dave Dunbar of the Break Enter and Robbery Team reports the completion of a long case. A foreign national who had served serious penitentiary time in the U.S.A. for property crimes and was subsequently deported made his way to Canada. This 50-something male would arrive in communities in the province and ride around on a stolen bicycle breaking into homes.

Hamilton Police have been able to lay 14 charges against this man in connection with incidents at homes in Hamilton, many of them in Flamborough. The suspect had hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of stolen property in his residence in Toronto when arrested.

A snowblower was stolen from a garage at a Middletown Road address on February 3.

Thieves broke into a Concession 5 West business overnight on February 20.

OTHER INCIDENTS

A bill from the 407 ETR on January 26 led a Flamboro man to report the theft of a vehicle from several years ago.

Police stopped a vehicle on Dundas Street East on February 13 and found that the driver was under a license suspension. The car was towed and the driver was charged.

A Safari Road resident had their vehicle entered overnight on February 17. CDs and change were taken.

Suspects stole a camping trailer from a Flamborough trailer sometime during the first two weeks of February.

A Flamborough resident reported a form of harassment resulting from a business transaction on February 18.

Suspects damaged property at a 5th Concession address sometime overnight on February 18.

Police responded to a Rockton address on February 18 to investigate an assault.

Police stopped a vehicle on Hamilton Street on February 18 and found that the plates were expired and the car was registered as unfit. The car was towed and the driver charged.

A vehicle crashed into a ditch in the early morning hours on February 19. The driver fled the scene.

Police recovered a stolen vehicle abandoned on Innovation Drive on February 20.

Police went to a Waterdown address on February 20 on behalf of Peel Regional Police, looking for a wanted person. The suspect was arrested and later transferred to Peel.

Police assisted Emergency crews that were having trouble at a service call at a Flamborough campground on February 20.

Security at a Waterdown business arrested an 80-year-old female for shoplifting on February 22.

Foreign national linked to local break-ins

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.

HOME AND BUSINESS ENTRIES

Hamilton Police have recovered a Canon EOS Digital Camera, which was pawned at a local pawnshop. Police are trying to identify the owner. The camera had pictures of family holidays in Las Vegas, Panama and other unknown locations. It is thought that the owner resides in the Ancaster or Flamborough area. For more information contact Det/Cst Mike Dunham # 85 at 905-546-3819

THINGS ARE NOT WHAT THEY SEEM

Sgt. Dave Dunbar of the Break Enter and Robbery Team reports the completion of a long case. A foreign national who had served serious penitentiary time in the U.S.A. for property crimes and was subsequently deported made his way to Canada. This 50-something male would arrive in communities in the province and ride around on a stolen bicycle breaking into homes.

Hamilton Police have been able to lay 14 charges against this man in connection with incidents at homes in Hamilton, many of them in Flamborough. The suspect had hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of stolen property in his residence in Toronto when arrested.

A snowblower was stolen from a garage at a Middletown Road address on February 3.

Thieves broke into a Concession 5 West business overnight on February 20.

OTHER INCIDENTS

A bill from the 407 ETR on January 26 led a Flamboro man to report the theft of a vehicle from several years ago.

Police stopped a vehicle on Dundas Street East on February 13 and found that the driver was under a license suspension. The car was towed and the driver was charged.

A Safari Road resident had their vehicle entered overnight on February 17. CDs and change were taken.

Suspects stole a camping trailer from a Flamborough trailer sometime during the first two weeks of February.

A Flamborough resident reported a form of harassment resulting from a business transaction on February 18.

Suspects damaged property at a 5th Concession address sometime overnight on February 18.

Police responded to a Rockton address on February 18 to investigate an assault.

Police stopped a vehicle on Hamilton Street on February 18 and found that the plates were expired and the car was registered as unfit. The car was towed and the driver charged.

A vehicle crashed into a ditch in the early morning hours on February 19. The driver fled the scene.

Police recovered a stolen vehicle abandoned on Innovation Drive on February 20.

Police went to a Waterdown address on February 20 on behalf of Peel Regional Police, looking for a wanted person. The suspect was arrested and later transferred to Peel.

Police assisted Emergency crews that were having trouble at a service call at a Flamborough campground on February 20.

Security at a Waterdown business arrested an 80-year-old female for shoplifting on February 22.