Crime Stoppers Huron Calls for Help

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Huron Perth Police and Crime Stoppers are asking the public for help in solving:

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  • Break-in and theft: Between 9 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on October 28, thieves entered a Kingsbridge Line, ACW property and broke into two trailers used for storage and stole numerous STIHL tools. Stolen items include a 1440 chainsaw with a 28 inch guide bar, a Model 038 chainsaw with a 21 inch guide bar, a 036 chainsaw with an 18 inch guide bar, and a Model 026 chainsaw with a guide bar 14-inch, as well as four cans of gasoline and chainsaw oil.
  • Property damage: During the first two weeks of October, young people were observed climbing onto the roof of the Crediton Community Center located on Victoria Avenue East in Crediton. While on the roof, the youths damaged many roof vents and damaged the HVAC system. The total estimated damages are $ 25,000.
  • Break and Enter: On the night of October 11, thieves entered a High Street residence in central Huron through a window and stole computers and gaming equipment. The theft was a Hewlett Packard laptop computer , silver in color, the keys to two vehicles, two PlayStation 3 game consoles, two black PlayStation 3 controllers and several PlayStation 3 games, as well as $ 100 in cash.
  • Attempted Tractor Theft: On October 24, workers at a Currie Line, a company in the Township of North Huron, interrupted the theft of a tractor on the property. A blue New Holland TL 90 was driven from the property, but crashed into a building and the suspect fled. The office had been broken into and a laptop and cash were also taken.

If you have any information regarding this or any other crime, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or submit a tip online at

You can remain anonymous, be exempt from the courts, and qualify for a cash reward of up to $ 2,000.

Mark M. Gagnon