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OPP warn of rise in catalytic converter thefts

Police services in communities across Ontario, including those policed by the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), have noted a dramatic increase in the number of thefts of catalytic converters. A catalytic converter is a component of the exhaust system on your vehicle that helps reduce both emissions and noise from the

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Kingston Police arrest three after elaborate province wide crime spree

Three local individuals are facing numerous charges after thefts and frauds at hardware and big box stores from Toronto to Ottawa. According to a release from Kingston Police, dated Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021, they began a joint multijurisdictional investigation with multiple other police agencies regarding frauds and thefts that were

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OPP seek public assistance to identify break and enter suspects

The Lennox and Addington County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have released the above photos and are asking the public for assistance in identifying two males suspected of breaking into Amherstview Golf Course. According to the OPP, the two men were together when they entered the pro shop

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Kingston man arrested on warrant after thefts from downtown businesses and escaping custody

Kingston Police have arrested a man who fled from a security officer after stealing merchandise from a downtown store in late March. On Thursday, Mar. 28, 2019, a security officer in a downtown store observed the accused man selecting various items of merchandise and then proceeding to conceal the items

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Police seek information, suspects in thefts of ‘Pay and Display’ parking meters

Kingston Police are looking for public assistance during the investigation of three thefts of City of Kingston ‘Pay and Display’ parking meters, which occurred over the course of three months. Three of the large, electronic parking meters were stolen in downtown Kingston: One was stolen on Monday, Oct. 22, 2018

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Police warn of potential roadway hazards caused by thefts

Kingston Police are investigating following the thefts of batteries from construction sign trailers throughout the city. The signs are used to notify the public of traffic accidents, construction zones, and other pertinent information for drivers. Once the batteries are removed, the signs become inoperable, which could potential create danger to

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