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Copper Wire Theft From Northwind SolutionsSTATUS
June 14, 2019
Crime Stoppers in partnership with the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service are requesting the public's assistance to identify a suspect in an incident of theft.
The unknown male was discovered on Northwind Solutions property, which is a solar farm located at 860 Black Road. The unknown male was wearing a grey and green plaid jacket and riding a white BMX bike.
The unknown male cut into the fence of their compound and made off with an estimated $200 in copper wire and caused approximately $2000 damage.
If you have information about this crime or any crime, call Crime Stoppers at (705) 942-7867 or 1-800-222-8477. You can also click the “Submit a Tip” button found on our website saultcrimestoppers.com or download the P3 app.
We accept tips on all crimes, not just the ones that are advertised!
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Killing of Whooping CraneSTATUS
June 10, 2019
Crime Stoppers in partnership with The Wildlife Enforcement Division of Environment & Climate Change Canada are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying suspects with relation to the senseless killing of a Whooping Crane.
It is alleged that in the evening hours of May 5th unknown culprit(s) attended on private property in the area of N Line and 10th Side Road on the north end of Barrie Island and shot a Whooping Crane.
The Whooping Crane is a rare and endangered species. This crane belonged to a small population of 100 raised and released cranes that are being monitored with telemetry bands.
Any information leading to the identity of the persons or vehicles involved would be appreciated.
Help us solve crime by calling Crime Stoppers at (705) 942-7867 or 1-800-222-8477. You can also click the “Submit a Tip” button found on our website www.saultcrimestoppers.com or download the P3 app.
This Crime of the Week brought to you in partnership with Sudbury Rainbow Crime Stoppers and The Wildlife Enforcement Division of Environment & Climate Change Canada. The images are provided by Terry Lands (Gore Bay birder/amateur photographer) and Nelson Jeffkins
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