(DRYDEN, ONT) – The Dryden Police Service is asking the public for help in the investigations a number of Break and Enters to local business in the last few days.
Sometime Between June 2 and early June 4th, 2018 suspect(s) entered a number of buildings located at Dryden Agricultural Society Fairgrounds located at 99 Scott Street, including the Agricultural Centre, The Chip Box, the Lions Club Building and Corn on Cob Booth were also entered.
Suspect(s) removed a quantity of food, beverages, and equipment. The building also sustained damage.
On June 5, 2018, Dryden Police receive a complaint from Home Hardware located at 509 Government of a Break and Enter that occurred sometime the previous evening.
A number of power tools and other items that were removed from the store were later located in close proximately the Home Hardware property.
On June 5, 2018, Dryden Police received a report of a stolen electrical box from the construction site at the old Pinewood School located on 91 Rourke Ave.
If you have any information regarding any of these crimes please call the Dryden Police or Crime Stoppers.
Source: Dryden Police Service
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