April 20 – 21, 2017 Incidents

TM Suspect identified

The young man from the surveillance photo taken at the TD Bank Friday April 14th has been identified.

Corporate Security from the TD Bank contacted the Brockville Police Wednesday morning regarding damage done to one of its ATM machines on Friday April 14th at approximately 130 pm. Surveillance footage and a still photo were provided to police who sought the public’s assistance in identifying the young man involved.

Early Thursday evening, after police had received numerous tips of his identity, the male suspect attended to the Brockville Police of his own accord and turned himself in. He was charged with Mischief under $5000 and given a future court date.

The Brockville Police would like to thank everyone who took the time to phone, email and send messages to assist with the investigation.


Arrest Warrant Executed

A 39 year old Gananoque woman was arrested yesterday and returned to Brockville when she was located by the Gananoque Police.

While being dealt with by the Gananoque Police officers there discovered she had two outstanding warrants in Brockville for failing to attend for her fingerprints to be taken. As a result arrangements were made for Brockville and Gananoque officers to meet and transfer the woman into Brockville Police custody where she will be conveyed to Brockville Court today for a bail hearing.


Wal-Mart Theft Investigation

A male and female suspect is being sought in connection with a theft at Wal-Mart early yesterday afternoon.

Shortly after 12 noon yesterday, Loss Prevention officers at Wal-Mart observed a young female select two Home Theatre Systems and a Television, food and clothing a leave without attempting to pay. She was confronted by Loss prevention officers but fled to a waiting Chrysler Sebring Convertible driven by a male accomplice. The woman got into the vehicle and the couple fled the scene. Some of the items were recovered when she dropped them running to the car, and the value of the items taken was in excess of $1000.

Loss Prevention officers and police were able to obtain a license plate number of the vehicle and are presently reviewing video surveillance of the incident as this investigation is ongoing.

Anyone who was at Wal-Mart at the time and may have witnessed this incident is asked to contact Brockville Police at 613-342-0127 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8422.