Tips From Peterborough Police On How To Protect Your Home From Break And Enters

From Peterborough-Lakefield Community Police Service media release today:

Break and Enters:
On the 6th of January sometime between 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm a rash of break and enters were reported in Peterborough. On London Street suspects entered a residence after smashing the glass out of the back door. Once inside, they removed an unknown quantity of change and six bottles of Molson Canadian beer. On Dublin Street suspects entered a residence through a kitchen window. It is unknown at this time if any items were stolen. Witness watched an adult male wearing a beige jacket leaving the area. On Parkhill Road West suspects entered a residence through a rear window. Once inside they removed a laptop computer and on Bolivar Street suspects entered a residence by forcing open a back door. Once inside they removed approximately $5.00 in loose change. It would appear that the same suspects are responsible for these entries. Residents are reminded to keep their doors and windows locked at all time, report suspicious behaviour in your neighbourhood, leave exterior house lighting on, keep driveways and sidewalks shovelled and pick up newspapers and mail. Anyone with information on these break and enters is asked to call the Peterborough Lakefield Community Police Service or Crime Stoppers.


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