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Halifax police seek help in finding Bedford vehicle break-ins suspect

Halifax police are asking for the public’s help in finding a man they believe broke into vehicles at a Bedford hockey rink last month.

Police received a complaint from an off-duty RCMP officer at approximately 4:50 p.m. 225 more words


Chesapeake neighborhood sees more than 20 burglaries in one month

CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) – Neighbors living in Western Branch are on high alert over a perceived uptick in crime.

According to Chesapeake police, 21 home burglaries have been reported across the area in just the month of November. 287 more words


Saskatoon police advise people to take measures following rash of break and enters

Saskatoon police are asking people to ensure valuables are locked up and property is secure following a number of break and enters on the city’s east side. 145 more words


Thieves watching as you leave stores this holiday season: Auto repair shops busy replacing broken glass

MILWAUKEE — Car break-ins happen year-round, but during the holidays, there can be more to lose. Crews at Safe Auto Glass near 27th and Edgerton on Milwaukee’s south side were busy over Thanksgiving weekend replacing busted windows. 291 more words


Law enforcement offers tips to prevent holiday burglaries

GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Local law enforcement is urging people to be cautious before heading out this holiday weekend. An empty house is a target and finding your home broken into after a Thanksgiving trip will likely break your holiday spirit. 260 more words


Police Go Door-To-Door, Warn Pitt Students As Number Of Break-Ins Grows

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Police and University of Pittsburgh Police are implementing targeted patrols in Oakland after the number of break-ins in one neighborhood reached 20 over the weekend. 170 more words


Alleged Lookout Charged in Scranton Burglary

SCRANTON — A man is facing charges, accused of being a lookout during a break-in in Scranton.

Joseph Bonczek, 22, of Scranton as charged Thursday in connection with a burglary of the Unimart on Pittston Avenue in Scranton. 31 more words