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Media Release 25th September 2019


Police investigating early morning break and enter.

On the 25th of September 2019 shortly before 4:00am Port Hope Police responded to a break and enter at the Dreamers Café on Queen Street.  Upon arrival Police observed entry was made into the café by smashing the Queen Street side glass entrance door.  Once inside culprit(s) removed a small amount of currency and left the store last seen leaving in a dark coloured vehicle heading south bound on Ontario Street.  Police are continuing the investigation and working with neighbouring Police Agencies who may have also had premises targeted by thieves. Anyone with information is asked to call Port Hope Police @905-885-8123, email phps@phps.on.ca or call crime stoppers.

River Patrols

Port Hope Police Officers are continuing dedicated river patrols along the Ganaraska River. So far in September Police Officers have conducted 80 hours of foot patrol, have laid 16 charges under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act, responded to 44 complaints about fishing and laid 3 charges under the night fishing ban by-law.  Officers have also checked over 300 licences. The dedicated patrols continue until the end of September.  


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