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Posted Tuesday, October 17, 2017

The taxi stolen from the parking lot as a result of a break and enter at Port Hope Taxi this morning has been recovered. Police are continuing the investigation. Further reportedly taken from the cab company was a computer keyboard and mouse. Anyone with information is asked to call Port Hope Police or Crime Stoppers.

Posted Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Police signMan charged with assault A 21 year old Port Hope man is facing assault charges after Port Hope Police responded to a 911 “hang up” call on the 15th of October 2017 shortly after 7:00pm. A 911 communicator reported they heard some yelling and then the phone was disconnected. When Police arrived on scene at the east end residence they were discovered an altercation going on in the back yard of the residence. A man was taken into custody shortly after. He is charged with assault and...

Posted Friday, October 13, 2017

break inMore residential break and enters reported Port Hope Police are investigating two break and enters both reported on the 11th of October. Just before 4:00pm a Rapley Blvd resident found the front door of their residence forced open which occurred between 2:45pm and 3:45pm. The owner reported nothing was taken. Shortly after a Pine Street residence returned home and found his home had been forcibly entered. The break in is believed to have occurred between 09:30 and 6:00pm. In this case a la...

Posted Tuesday, October 10, 2017

crest2Residential break and enters reported. Port Hope Police are investigating two break and enters reported on the 3rd and 8thof October. The first incident occurred on Young Street. There the homeowners were away from the house for an hour and a half and upon their returned they noted the house had been entered and searched. The entry is believed to have been a basement window which was forced open. The culprit(s) took a 2013 grey Silverado truck licence # AF24666 and numerous items form the hous...

Posted Saturday, October 07, 2017

Police signScam Alert Port Hope Police are warning residents never to give out information when solicited via phone or internet to person(s) unknown. On the 4th of October a Port Hope man received a phone call from someone purporting to be a representative from RBC. The person advised the man his credit card had been compromised and convincingly gave information to legitimize the call. The Port Hope man then gave his four digit password to the male. Once given, unauthorized transactions were made on the ...

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