$100,000 Copper Wire Stolen

Source: Area OPP
Date: Sat Oct 24 06:10:44 MST 2020

(TOWNSHIP OF GUELPH-ERAMOSA, ON) - On October 19, 2020 at approximately 6:52 a.m. members of the Wellington County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a theft incident that occurred at a business on Wellington Road 32 in Guelph-Eramosa Township.

It was reported that sometime between October 18, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. and October 19, 2020 at 6:00 a.m. unknown suspects gained access into the business by prying open the exterior steel door as well as an interior door which lead to where the wire was being stored. The value of the stolen copper wire is approximately $100,000.

A 10" UHAUL truck with a cowboy riding a horse graphic on the side was observed at the business on October 18, 2020 at approximately 10:23 p.m.

Area OPP

Peter Hendrikus VANDERPAS - Drunk Driving
David HILLYER Arrested Again
Mason BRYDGES - Drunk Driving
Riyad SIMOQY 130+ in an 80
Sypder & Generator Stolen
Xavier BARBER - Drunk Driving
Stratford Driver Caught Going 170 in an 80
More Break And Enters
Drunk Driver In Ditch Charged - THUKRAL
22 Year Old Drunk Driver In Field Arrested - BOOY
Timothy PRESTIPINO - Drunk Driving
Bishnu SUBEDI - Drunk Driving
Two Arrested Following Weapons Call In Wiarton
SIU Invokes Mandate Following 3 Vehicle Collision
19 Year Old Facing Facing First Degree Murder Charge
Sara Lynn HARBER - Drunk Driving
17 Year Old Caught Going 135 in an 80
135 in an 80 - PERRY
16 Year Old Caught Going 140 in an 80
Stolen Vehicle Recovered In Swamp - Methamphetamine A Factor - CARTER Arrested
Arin VLECK Tasered & Arrested After Defecating On Restaurant Floor
Hammer Attack - Kyle TODD Arrested
Rafal EWERTOWSKI - 140 in an 80
Another Racer On Airport Road - NGUYEN
Handmade Paper License Plate Fails To Fool Police

South Huron

North Huron

Wingham Police Service

© 2015 GFP. All Parties are to be presumed innocent. Note: We archive all police press releases and make them available to the public. If you were listed in press release in error, please contact the police detachment that issued the PR and request a correction. Press releases will not be deleted from our archive. If your charges were dropped, it does not change the historical fact that a PR was issued.