North Bay man accused of theft from vehicles
On Monday December 8th at approximately 12:49 p.m., a complainant contacted police to report that a man was attempting to open the doors of vehicles parked in a Wyld Street parking lot.
North Bay Police located the suspect on Main Street East shortly thereafter, where he was arrested on suspicion of theft.
Following an investigation, police charged the 27-year old North Bay man with two counts theft under $5000, one count of possession of property obtained by crime, and two counts of fail to comply with probation order.
The accused was released with a court date scheduled for January.
Report suspicious behaviour – Call 911
The North Bay Police Service wishes to thank members of the public for reporting suspicious activity to police. If you see someone walking from one vehicle to the next checking door handles in your neighbourhood or in parking lots, call 911 immediately to report the location, the description of the individual and the activity you have witnessed.
Lock it or lose it
The North Bay Police Service reminds motorists to remove valuable items from view when leaving them in parked vehicles and to always lock your vehicles.