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Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week

Monday, December 02, 2013   by: SooToday.com Staff

NEWS RELEASE

CRIME STOPPERS

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Crime Stoppers and the Batchewana First Nation Police need the public’s assistance in solving a break enter and theft.

Sometime on November 27, 2013 between 1 and 3 a.m. suspect(s) unknown entered the Batchewana First Nation Police building on Nebenaigoching Street, Rankin Reserve.

Video surveillance shows a lone suspect approaching the building.

Entry to the office was gained through public access door, entering the vestibule and smashing the window out of the security door. 

A 2003 Chevrolet diesel black pickup truck that had been parked in the office garage was stolen. 

Video surveillance shows the pickup truck leaving the office and proceeding east on Gran Street.

The vehicle was later recovered in a ditch, burned on Moccasin Street on the Garden River First Nation Territory.

Crime Stoppers offers cash rewards for information that solves crime in our community. 

Call us at 705-942-7867 or 1-800- 222-8477.

Type your tip through our website or text the keyword SSM along with your tip to 274637.

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damzull1 12/2/2013 6:55:27 PM Report

WOW someone doesn't like cops
soowat 12/2/2013 9:19:09 PM Report

Can't catch someone who entered a police building? Boy I feel safe now.
Slim Shady 12/3/2013 7:53:28 AM Report

Probably someone wanted to do an insurance job on a 2003 truck! Most Police departments do not keep their vehicles that long!

Don't worry, our government has lots of money... (rolling my eyes...)

Curious though how they manage to break into what should be a secure facility? Wouldn't the keys to all vehicles be locked up at night? You would think that they had an active alarm system?
crashed13 12/3/2013 8:27:55 AM Report

Where the keys in the ignition? They are a lot harder to hot wire then made out to be in the movies.
matt298m 12/3/2013 8:41:10 AM Report

you'd figure someone would be at a police station,I didnt know they had hours of operation, crime sure doesn't...
S.Claus 12/3/2013 10:56:52 PM Report

So probably an "Idle No More" protester decided just to drive home instead of being just IDLE. Too bad the Ride PROGRAM did not catch him on his drive home. One reserve to another. Or if it was being if he was a Indian would it even be enforced? The OPP allows other laws to be broken - for Example ILLEGAL ROAD BLOCKADES! Just a comment from a taxpaying Canadian who is tired of the DOUBLE STANDARD when it comes to being charged. If you are going to do the crime - do the time. There are a lot of good Indians (not first nations) out there. All I say is enforce the laws equally.
superstar75 12/5/2013 9:21:52 AM Report

S. Claus
is it possible for bigots like you to just focus on the story and not look for any reason in the world to display racist and completely ignorant opinions? you sound a fool and make Europeans with a brains look very back woodish...
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