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Crime of the Week

Break and enter:

The Peterborough Police Service is investigating after two granite grave monuments were stolen from outside a local business. Sometime between approximately 5 p.m. on April 16, 2019 and 9 a.m. on April 17, 2019 unknown person(s) attempted to break into an Aylmer Street North monument business but were unsuccessful. The suspect(s) went on to steal… Read More

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Break and enter:

The Peterborough Police Service is investigating after two granite grave monuments were stolen from outside a local business. Sometime between approximately 5 p.m. on April 16, 2019 and 9 a.m. on April 17, 2019 unknown person(s) attempted to break into an Aylmer Street North monument business but were unsuccessful. The suspect(s) went on to steal… Read More

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Police Warn of Distraction Theft Scam In Peterborough Area

The Peterborough Police Service is warning local residents of a distraction theft scam currently circulating in our area.   In March of 2019 the elderly victim was at the checkout line at a Lansdowne Street grocery store when three men all dressed in matching construction outfits worked in concert to distract him and steal his… Read More

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Firearms Stolen From Trent Hills Residence

FROM/DE: Northumberland Detachment DATE: April 5, 2019 (NORTHUMBERLAND, ON) – On March 28, 2019 shortly after 6:00 pm, members of the Northumberland Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were called to assist the Trent Hills Fire Department on Birch Point Road for a structure fire that was fully engulfed. On March 29, 2019 the… Read More

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The Peterborough Northumberland Crime Stoppers would like to congratulate Tom Whiteway as this year’s winner of the 2018 Ultimate Outdoor Package! Tom held the winning ticket to this year’s $30,000 value package that included: a 2018 Can AM 450 4×4 ATV, a 2018 3 seater SeaDoo GTI and a custom built BRT Aluminum trailer to haul both.

This incredible fundraiser would not be possible without the generosity of Crime Stoppers biggest supporters, Les and Bev Cassidy.

Once again the Cassidy’s matched the single largest financial donation to any Canadian Crime Stoppers Program by donating $100,000 to the Peterborough Northumberland Crime Stoppers Program.

The Cassidy’s ongoing support makes Peterborough Northumberland Crime Stoppers the envy of their fellow programs across the Country.

The Cassidy’s have provided a legacy that will allow Peterborough Northumberland Crime Stoppers to thrive for many years to come.

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Sep 5

Ultimate Outdoors Package 2019 Tickets - Sept 5 2019

ONLY 3500 Tickets being SOLD Includes a 2018 Yamaha Wolverine 700 EPS and aluminum Triton Trailer. Value over $20,000!!! Monthly Early Bird Draws of $100… Read More

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