Canada 19 vehicles stolen while warming up in Waterloo Region since November: police
Man arrested after allegedly answering door of Cambridge home with loaded gun in hand
Waterloo Regional Police say officers were greeted with a gun when they went to check on a suspected impaired driver in Cambridge on Friday night.According to police, officers received several reports of a suspected impaired driver travelling on Cedar Street at around 9 p.m.
Waterloo Regional Police are warning residents to keep doors locked and butts in seats while their cars heat up after a number of recent thefts in the area.
There were 19 vehicles stolen in Waterloo Region since Nov. 1 as people left their cars unattended while they are warming.
“Thieves who are looking to steal a motor vehicle do drive around neighbourhoods looking for vehicles warming up,” Const. Ashley Dietrich said.
Student 'felt like crying' after car stolen from church parking lot
An international student is hoping police can find his new car after it was stolen from the parking lot of a St. John’s, N.L. church.Sachin Suresh was celebrating the holidays Saturday evening at an event the Malayali Association was hosting at St. David's church.
“So we're just reminding motorists to stay with your vehicle. Do not leave it unattended, even if you're running into the house for a quick second or a building, for that matter. Shut your vehicle off and take your keys with you so that you're not left without your vehicle there.”
There were also five homes in Waterloo Region broken into last month after owners left them unlocked, she told Global News.
Dietrich said police are telling “homeowners to lock their doors even when they are home to prevent thieves from entering your home.
“We're just reminding homeowners to lock their door, their garages, back door, side door.”
She says thieves will look for any way they can to enter into someone’s home including breaking into an unlocked car and entering the house using the garage door opener.
“It's all a crime of opportunity, and so we're just reminding the community to ensure that everything is secure and locked so that thieves aren't rummaging through their property and stealing their belongings.”
Man allegedly followed young girl in Kitchener day after meeting her: police .
An eight-year-old girl was allegedly followed by an older man on her way home from school in Kitchener earlier this week.They say that on Tuesday at around 3:25 p.m., the man was at a bus stop near Weber Street East and Ottawa Street when he started a brief conversation with the girl.
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