Milton Police Blotter – January 20 2011

From the Milton Canadian Champion

Teen robbed of cell phone outside Memorial Arena

Shortly after 1 p.m. Tuesday, two males approached a 16-year-old youth outside Milton Memorial Arena, police said.

The two males proceeded to detain the victim, by holding onto his backpack, and steal his Blackberry.  The suspects fled, crossing Thompson Road.

The first suspect is described as five-foot-10 and in his late teens or early twenties. He was wearing baggy jeans and a black puffy jacket.  The second suspect has a thin build and short spiky hair.

Both were possibly of Middle-Eastern decent, police said.

Cameras stolen in break-in

A Cannon Rebel camera along with its 55mm lens and an Olympus camera were taken from a Sixth Line home near Derry Road last Thursday.

The break-in occurred between 2 and 3 p.m.  The culprits smashed through the home’s front door to gain entry.

Break-in at shop

Pro-Nail on Main Street East was broken into after the front door and window were smashed overnight Friday.   During the incident, two containers of nail-hardener, with a combined estimated value of $350, were taken.   Loose change was also taken from the shop.

CDs and DVDs stolen from car

Overnight last week, a Kia Sedona was broken into at a residence on Trudeau Drive.   During the incident, CDs and DVDs were stolen.  Police said the car was unlocked.

Two vehicles broken into

Overnight January 12, cars on Switzer Crescent and Cousens Trail were broken into, police said.  During the first incident, a wallet, which contained identification, credit cards and cash, was taken from the unlocked car.

In the second incident, the same items were taken from a locked 2009 Jeep.

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