Vehicle Break-ins – June 1, 19

Seaway Valley Crime Stoppers and the Cornwall Police are asking for information about and identifying an individual involved in numerous vehicle break-ins.

Investigation indicated that someone gained access to the City of Cornwall Public Works yard on Saturday June 1, 2019. Numerous vehicles were broken into and CPS are asking for assistance to identify an individual

If you have any information on these or any other crime, Please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477/TIPS, or you can submit a tip on line at: seawayvalleycrimestoppers.ca

Remember we don’t need your name, you will remain anonymous, we don’t have call display, you don’t have to appear in court, and you could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000

Crime Stoppers, it’s your program, and it works



Stolen Tractor – May 13,19

Seaway Valley Crime Stoppers and the SD&G OPP are asking for information about a theft of a tractor and trailer in North Stormont Township

Investigation indicated that sometime between May 11, 2019 & May 13, 2019 unknown individuals attended a residence and removed a Massey Ferguson tractor with snow blower and a front loading bucket  attached. The culprits removed the tractor and a trailer from the victim as well.

If you have any information on these or any other crime, Please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477/TIPS, or you can submit a tip on line at: seawayvalleycrimestoppers.ca

Remember we don’t need your name, you will remain anonymous, we don’t have call display, you don’t have to appear in court, and you could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000

Crime Stoppers, it’s your program, and it works



Multiple Thefts – March 12,19

Seaway Valley Crime Stoppers and the SD&G OPP are asking for information about multiple reports of vehicle thefts in North Dundas Township

Investigation indicated that sometime overnight (between 12:00am-1:00am) March 12, 2019 unknown individuals attended a business and removed a 2018 John Deere 3025E Green Tractor, shortly thereafter another theft occurred on Dawley Drive, North Dundas where a 2007 Yellow 1996 Skidoo and 2007 black Blaz Trailer was removed from another business. 

A black Chevrolet Z71 pick-up truck was captured on video with two individuals, during the first theft and the same Chevrolet truck returned a short time later with another truck (Ford).

If you have any information on these or any other crime, Please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477/TIPS, or you can submit a tip on line at: seawayvalleycrimestoppers.ca

Remember we don’t need your name, you will remain anonymous, we don’t have call display, you don’t have to appear in court, and you could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000

Crime Stoppers, it’s your program, and it works

Theft of Gas – 2018

Seaway Valley Crime Stoppers and the SD&G OPP are asking for information about a person of interest

Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers are currently investigating multiple reports of theft of gas at the Highland Esso, located on County Road 20 in North Glengarry Township. The first incident dates back to January 2017and have continued to December 2018.

The suspect commits the thefts in the same pattern:

The vehicle will pull up to the furthest pump from the store during a busy time, exit the vehicle and fuel up without ever looking up towards the cameras. The vehicle will then drive past the Tim Hortons drive-thru, around the back of the store and exit through the North entrance.

Description of the male suspect:

– 5 foot 6 inches – 5 foot 7 inches

-wearing a hoodie with a ball cap

– does not look at the camera

Vehicle description:

 – Red Hyundai Veloster

If you have any information on these or any other crime, Please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477/TIPS, or you can submit a tip on line at: seawayvalleycrimestoppers.ca

Remember we don’t need your name, you will remain anonymous, we don’t have call display, you don’t have to appear in court, and you could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000

Crime Stoppers, it’s your program, and it works

Theft – Dec 15, 18

Seaway Valley Crime Stoppers and the SD&G OPP are asking for information about a person of interest

On December 15, 2018 at approximately 1:30pm, Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry Ontario Provincial Police responded to a report of items being taken from a store (Rick’s Pioneer Gas Bar) on County Road 3, South Mountain, Ontario.

Investigation indicated that a person of interest entered the store and removed various items.

SD&G OPP officers are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a person of interest in this theft.

If you have any information on these or any other crime, Please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477/TIPS, or you can submit a tip on line at: seawayvalleycrimestoppers.ca

Remember we don’t need your name, you will remain anonymous, we don’t have call display, you don’t have to appear in court, and you could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000

Crime Stoppers, it’s your program, and it works

Robbery – Nov 11, 2018

Seaway Valley Crime Stoppers and the The Cornwall Community Police are asking for information about a robbery that occurred in Cornwall on November 11th, 2018

The Cornwall Police Service is looking to identify the man pictured below in relation to a robbery at a Thirteenth Street business on November 11th, 2018.

The man is described as follows:

• Caucasian man
• Approximately 55 years old
• Wearing a dark baseball cap with a white crest on it
• Black jacket and grey jeans
• Black and white Nike shoes

If you have any information on these or any other crime, Please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477/TIPS, or you can submit a tip on line at: seawayvalleycrimestoppers.ca

Remember we don’t need your name, you will remain anonymous, we don’t have call display, you don’t have to appear in court, and you could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000

Crime Stoppers, it’s your program, and it works

Armed Robbery – November 17, 2018

Seaway Valley Crime Stoppers and the SD&G OPP are asking for information about an armed robbery that occurred in Iroquois

On November 17, 2018 at approximately 3:38am, Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers, with the assistance of OPP Canine Unit and SD&G Crime Unit, responded to a report of an armed robbery at the Circle K convenience store in the Village of Iroquois, South Dundas Township.

Investigation indicated two unknown suspects entered the store with a weapon and demanded cash. The Suspects fled on foot in an unknown direction from the scene with a quantity of Canadian Currency and tobacco products.

No injuries resulted.

The suspects are described as follows;

1st-  Male, wearing a green, plaid overall suit with a blue toque and an orange face mask.

2nd – Male wearing a black jacket with a black scarf covering his face

If you have any information on these or any other crime, Please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477/TIPS, or you can submit a tip on line at: seawayvalleycrimestoppers.ca

Remember we don’t need your name, you will remain anonymous, we don’t have call display, you don’t have to appear in court, and you could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000

Crime Stoppers, it’s your program, and it works

Break & Enter – Oct 23,18

REQUEST FOR PUBLIC ASSISTANCE

Cornwall, ON – The Cornwall Community Police Service is looking to identify the man pictured below in relation to a break and enter early this morning at an Emma Street business.

The man is described as follows:

• Caucasian man with medium build
• Between 5’11” and 6’ tall
• Wearing a green/grey hoodie
• Red toque
• Beige pants
• Black shoes
• Grey mittens
• Carrying a black bag strapped across his body

Halloween Safety Tips

HALLOWEEN SAFETY

(SD&G) – With Halloween fast approaching, Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) wish to remind parents and motorists to focus on the safety of children partaking in this anticipated evening. Officers will be out in full force promoting the safety of “Trick or Treaters” and residents of our communities.

Mischief – as defined in the Criminal Code of Canada not only applies to damaging or destroying of property, but also interfering with the lawful use and enjoyment of property. While some people feel that Halloween is an evening for “pranks”, many of these “pranks” do qualify as mischief and can result in the responsible person(s) facing criminal offences. This can result in court appearances and if convicted – a criminal record.

Motorists

–              Watch for children darting out from between parked cars.

–              Watch for children walking on roadways, medians and curbs.

–              Enter and exit driveways and alleys carefully.

–              At twilight and later in the evening, watch for children in dark clothing.

Parents

–              Make sure that an adult or an older responsible youth will be supervising the outing for younger children.

–              Plan and discuss the route trick-or-treaters intend to follow. Know the names of older children’s companions.

–              Instruct your children to travel only in familiar areas and along an established route.

–              Teach your children to stop only at houses or apartment buildings that are well-lit and never to enter a stranger’s home.

–              Establish a return time.

–              Tell your youngsters not to eat any treat until they return home.

–              Review all appropriate trick-or-treat safety precautions, including pedestrian/traffic safety rules.

–              Pin a slip of paper with the child’s name; address and phone number inside a pocket in case the youngster gets separated from the group.

Costume Design

–              Only fire-retardant materials should be used for costumes.

–              Costumes should be loose so warm clothes can be worn underneath.

–              Costumes should not be so long that they are a tripping hazard. (Falls are the leading cause of unintentional injuries on Halloween.)

–              If children are allowed out after dark, outfits should be made with light colored materials. Strips of retro reflective tape should be used to make children visible.

Face Design

–              Masks can obstruct a child’s vision. Use facial make-up instead.

–              If masks are worn, they should have nose and mouth openings and large eye holes.

Accessories

–              Knives, swords and other accessories should be made from cardboard or flexible materials. Do not allow children to carry sharp objects.

–              Bags or sacks carried by youngsters should be light-coloured or trimmed with retro-reflective tape if children are allowed out after dark

–              Carrying flashlights will help children see better and be seen more clearly.

Children

–              Do not enter homes or apartments without adult supervision.

–              Walk; do not run, from house to house. Do not cross yards and lawns where unseen objects or the uneven terrain can present tripping hazards.

–              Walk on sidewalks, not in the street.

–              Walk on the left side of the road, facing traffic if there are no sidewalks.

Treats

–              Insist that treats be brought home for inspection before anything is eaten.

–              When in doubt, throw it out.

By following the above tips and using common sense you will not only have a scary Halloween but a safe one too!

Theft – Oct 3,18

Seaway Valley Crime Stoppers and the SD&G OPP are asking for information about a theft of a tractor and golf cart in North Dundas

On October 3, 2018 at approximately 11:22am, Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a report of a theft of a Kubota RTV and a Golf cart from a Business on Sandy Row Road, North Dundas Township.

Investigation indicated that sometime overnight October 1-3, 2018 an orange Kubota RTV and a blue Club Cadet Golf cart was removed from the property.

If you have any information on these or any other crime, Please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477/TIPS, or you can submit a tip on line at: seawayvalleycrimestoppers.ca

Remember we don’t need your name, you will remain anonymous, we don’t have call display, you don’t have to appear in court, and you could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2000

Crime Stoppers, it’s your program, and it works