A break and enter to one’s home often has emotional consequences for victims and their families. There can be a sense of loss when items of sentimental value are taken or damaged, and a loss of privacy, knowing that someone has gone through one’s personal belongings.
Crime Stoppers and the Anishinabek Police Service are looking for information that could help solve a break, enter and theft.
Sometime overnight between Saturday June 13 and Sunday June 14, 2015 a residence in the 100 block of Moccasin St. on the Garden River First Nation was broken into.
Once inside suspect(s) stole a 50 inch Samsung flat screen TV, a men’s black and white mountain bike that was kept indoors and a quantity of frozen meat.
You never have to give your name and you never have to testify in court. Call crime stoppers anonymously at 705-942-7867 or 1-800-222-8477. Type a tip through our website at www.saultcrimestoppers.com or text the keyword SSM along with your tip to 274637.