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Man arrested after church safe, Tim Hortons charity box, ATM cash drawer allegedly found inside home

WATCH ABOVE: Man arrested after church safe, Tim Hortons charity box, ATM cash drawer allegedly found inside home. Catherine McDonald reports. 

TORONTO – Police say they found a church safe, a Tim Hortons charity donation box and an ATM cash drawer inside the home of a man accused of a dozen break and enters. 370 more words


Police arrest man wanted in Halifax break and enter from January

HALIFAX – Police have arrested a man wanted in connection with a break-and-enter incident that occurred in Halifax earlier this year.

Nicco Alexander Smith, 24, was arrested on Tuesday at home on Churchill Court in Dartmouth. 77 more words


Police recover $25k worth of stolen construction tools

Are you missing any saws, routers, staple guns or grinders?

Calgary police have recovered about $25,000 worth of stolen tools from a northeast residential garage. 78 more words

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Calgary police investigate after woman sexually assaulted in her home

CALGARY — The Calgary Police Service is investigating after a woman was sexually assaulted while sleeping in her home early Saturday morning.

Officers were called to the woman’s home, in the 5300 block of 26 Avenue SW, around 3:30 a.m. 182 more words


Saskatoon burglar found holed up in attic

SASKATOON – A would-be burglar found out that hiding in an attic was not enough to keep him away from the long arm – or nose – of the law. 102 more words


Windsor crook caught on nanny cam

A Windsor thief was unwittingly caught on a nanny cam rifling through a victim’s bedroom while stealing medication, cash and electronics.

Windsor police responded to a call about a break and enter at 11:15 a.m. 115 more words


Sask. RCMP vehicle damaged during pursuit

MAIDSTONE, Sask. – Early Friday morning, RCMP attempted to stop a truck seen fleeing a Saskatchewan farm where a shed was broken into. Mounties were called to the complaint in the RM of Battle River around 5 a.m. 236 more words