Break and Enter to Gus’s Pizza

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Crime Stoppers and the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service is requesting your assistance in identifying a suspect involved in an incident of break and enter and theft.

On January 25, 2020, at approximately 2:00 a.m., an unknown male suspect was caught on camera breaking into Gus’s Pizza located on Queen Street. There was damage to the door of the business and the suspect left with a cash tray full of $175.

If you can identify the suspect and your tip leads to an arrest you may be eligible for a cash reward. Call Crime Stoppers at (705) 942-7867 or 1-800-222-8477. You can also submit a tip online by clicking the “Submit a Tip” button at www.saultcrimestoppers.com or download our P3 app.

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    • @Vicki – There are bars on the windows already. I love Gus’s pizza and he makes some of the best wings I’ve had. He’s always friendly to me and hard working. It’s hard enough to operate a business in Ontario, but being a small business in SSM is even harder.

    • Colleen Fobert London in general is completely out of control. As a single woman I’m nervous to walk alone. I dont go for walks around the park by myself anymore. Too dangerous. Last time a guy rode by on his bike and quickly did a u-turn and was coming back towards me. Thankfully I noticed and turned and yelled at him. My intuition told me he was coming for me. I asked him what the hell he was doing? Put my hand up in his direction. He gave up and turned back around. Scares me to think about what he had planned.

      • @Deanna – what does London have to do with this story? We go to London regularly for medical appointments and never have had any problems. I also attended university there and for those 6 years didn’t experience any crime.
        Now, being in downtown Sault is another story – need to establish the usual routine – ensure doors are locked, phone charger is hidden, nothing of any value anywhere in the car, remove any & all spare change, remove any & all paper stubs so people won’t look for cheques, etc.
        Between terrible parking, poor traffic flow, beggars, higher crime, higher prices at downtown shops I avoid downtime like someone avoids areas of plague in the middle ages.

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