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February 2019
Milton Break & Enters
Georgetown Break & Enter
Apartment Break-ins
Burlington Retail Theft
Oakville Residential Break & Enters
Commercial Break & Enter
Burlington Retail Thefts
Milton Home Invasion
Burlington Assault
Oakville Break & Enter
Burlington Break & Enter
Oakville Break & Enters
Burlington Theft & Fraud
Burlington Break & Enter
Oakville Thefts
Milton Robbery
Milton Break & Enter
Oakville Break & Enter
Burlington Robbery
Burlington Assault (Occurrence #18-270168)
Burlington Break and Enter (18-215306)
Oakville Distraction Thefts (18-229429 and 18-243157)
Commercial Break and Enter (18-200084/18-199960)
Burlington Break & Enter (18-92335)
Burlington Break & Enter (18-50735)
Burlington Weapon/Stolen Car
Bike Theft #18-800242
Georgetown Break & Enter Residence (17-00297078)
Georgetown Break and Enter (201700437751)
Oakville Theft of Vehicle (201800002589)
Burlington Break and Enter (201700385600)
Stolen Vehicle Oakville 2017
Burlington Break, Enter and Theft (17-344891)
Oakville Theft
Halton Hills Break and Enter Professional (201700090211)
Break And Enter 2017-320108
Break and Enter Professional (201700041408)
Mr. Fill and Fly in Milton (2016-00251786)
Burlington Theft
Oakville Theft
Break and Enter at NAC in Milton (201600194443 913)
Residential break and enter (16-189430)
Robbery (16-35309) Halton Regional Police Service is investigating multiple thefts from vehicles
Theft under $5000 No.27 Side road in Halton Hills (2016-86542)
16-55784 Residental Break & Enter in Burlington
16-35309 – Halton multiple thefts from vehicles
15-277813 – Halton Commercial Break & Enter
16-158827 - City of Burlington Break and Enter
16-108235 - Halton Hills Break and Enter
16-22579 - Milton Break and Enter
16-123020 - Oakville Break and Enter
February 1, 2019
Oakville ATM Thefts

The Halton Regional Police Service is investigating two thefts of automated teller machines (ATMs) in the Town of Oakville.  

On January 18, 2019, at approximately 5:30 a.m., three suspects in an older model pickup truck pulled up to the front doors of the Sobeys Store located at 2441 Lakeshore Road West. One of the suspects pried open the sliding door which provided access to the front vestibule of the store in which an ATM machine was located. The two other suspects then tied a chain (hooked up to the pickup truck) around the ATM machine, and the driver then accelerated, hauling the ATM through the doors of the store. The suspects then loaded the ATM into the bed of the truck before making good their escape. 

The second incident occurred on January 24, 2019 at approximately 3:30 a.m. Three suspects in a pickup truck attended the ‘Film.Ca Cinemas’ movie theater located at #25-171 Speers Road and applied the same technique detailed above to remove the ATM machine from this location. 

Descriptions (see photos below):

Suspect 1: Male, black balaclava, blue hoodie, brown pants, brown boots, white gloves. 

Suspect 2: Male, black balaclava, blue plaid jacket, black pants, black shoes with white soles, blue gloves​. 

Suspect 3: Male, black balaclava, dark jacket over bright orange hoodie, black pants, tan work boots, black gloves. 

Vehicle: 2004 to 2007 Ford F250, 4-door crew cab, two-tone - green with tan trim, winter rims, no tonneau cover.

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Anyone with information about these ATM thefts is asked to contact D/Cst. Ross Amore at the 2 District Criminal Investigations Bureau at 905 825-4747 ext. 2246. 

For those wishing to remain anonymous, tips can also be submitted to Crime Stoppers "See Something? Hear Something? Know Something? Contact Crime Stoppers" at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), or through the web at