Park bench stolen from Port Rowan pier
Police are seeking the public’s assistance after a park bench was stolen and garbage was dumped into the water at the Port Rowan pier.
The vandalism took place at the Sea Queen Road address in the early morning hours of August 13.
The stolen metal bench, measuring about six feet in length, had recently been placed along the pier. A second bench was spotted by the Harbour Master about six feet from shore.
The stolen bench is valued at about $1,000.
Mower deck stolen from business
A 72-inch mower deck was stolen from a business on Norfolk County Road 13 near Courtland at some point between August 10 and 12. The deck was removed from a locked compound on the property.
Bicycle stolen from carport
A bicycle was stolen from a Concession 14 Townsend address in the early hours of August 13.
Police say the bike was locked to a bike rack inside of a carport.
The bicycle is described as a Specialized Camber bike. It is all white in colour with a black seat and is valued at about $4,000.
300 gallon fuel tank stolen
A 300 gallon fuel tank on a silver trailer was stolen from a Brantford Road, Windham, address at some point between August 12 and 13.
The tank and trailer were located nearby on the side of the road with a flat tire.
Water transfer pump stolen
A water pump was stolen from a farming field on Windham Road 6 at some point in the early hours of August 13.
The pump is described as a standalone gas powered Honda transfer pump valued at about $1,000.
Money and jewelry stolen in break and enter
A MacKay Avenue, Simcoe, address was entered and money and jewelry were removed between 11a.m. and 3 p.m. on August 13.
Entry to the residence was gained through an unlocked window.
A large quantity of Canadian and American currency, along with a navy necklace, and a can of nickels were stolen. The can was from the American Can factory when it existed in Simcoe.
Wallet stolen from vehicle
A vehicle parked at a 1st Avenue, Delhi, address was entered in the early hours of August 13 and a wallet containing personal and financial information, along with Canadian currency, was removed.
Quantities of prescription medication were removed from a locked cabinet inside a Charlotteville West Quarter Townline Road home during a break and enter. The theft took place between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. on August 13.