The following incidents were reported to police by Woodbine Park Neighbourhood Watch Street Captains:
Report from Sarah Ashbridge NW Captain Friday June 17, 2016 – Garage Break-in & Home Entry
Prior to going to bed at 1230am the residents heard voices in their back garden and went out on our third floor balcony and saw three people near the back door. They screamed “Get off my property the police are coming” then saw 3 people running to the side gate and run to the street. They discovered their back door (to the house) was wide open and perpetrators had also entered the garage and stole from their garage fridge a $100 filet mignon and two cases of imported beer and some other food and pop. 911 was immediately called and the police came by around 1 am. They looked around and made a report. A second pair of police came by around 3 am and took some pictures. It was unfortunate that their garage door and back door to the home were unlocked as they are typically very diligent about locking up but each one thought the other had locked up.
Report from Winners NW Captain Friday June 17, 2016 – Garage Break-in
Garage was broken into but they decided not to take a damaged bicycle.
Report from Joseph Duggan/Boardwalk Captain Tuesday, June 14, 2016 – Garage Break-in & Bicycle Thefts
Garage break-in. The perpetrator(s) came into the backyard via the side gate. The homeowners, who had left their children with an adult family member and had gone away on vacation, did not report whether their sitter had unknowingly left the door leading from the backyard to the garage door unlocked, or whether the thief had broken a window pane and reached in to unlock the door from the inside. Taken were the two parents’ bikes and their son’s Spiderman bike.
Report from Sarah Ashbridge NW Captain Thursday, June 9, 2016 – Garage Break-in & Bicycle Theft
Garage break-in. The glass of the garage door was broken and the pull cord used to gain access to the garage. A girls bike was stolen. Police report made.
Keep doors locked. Report ALL incidents to Police (416) 808-2222. Remember, graffiti is also a crime – report it!