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Wanted Wednesday adds four more

Wanted Wednesday adds four more

Thunder Bay Police release next batch of Wanted Wednesday persons with outstanding bench and/or committal warrants. DO NOT approach or confront any of the people identified Members of the general public have NO AUTHORITY to detain these individuals.
Kenora senior charged with sex crimes against minor

Kenora senior charged with sex crimes against minor

OPP Media Release (KENORA, ON) - On February 4, 2017 the Kenora Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a sexual assault complaint. Members of the Kenora Crime Unit and Kenora Street Crime Unit subsequently investigated the complaint.
Police look for suspect in latest Mac's robbery

Police look for suspect in latest Mac's robbery

A robber got away with cash and tobacco from a Mac's Convenience store on Saturday night.
Crime at a Glance: 31 assaults, 24 thefts

Crime at a Glance: 31 assaults, 24 thefts

The city's police were busy last week responding to more than 155 criminal incidents including five weapons charges.
Thunder Bay man nabbed for drinking and driving

Thunder Bay man nabbed for drinking and driving

Thunder Bay OPP arrested a man Wednesday for impaired driving.
Wanted Wednesdays begin

Wanted Wednesdays begin

The search has begun for the 1,700 people wanted for outstanding warrants.
Impaired driving on the rise

Impaired driving on the rise

Thunder Bay Police have raised some concern regarding the increase in impaired driving as of January 2017.
Crime at a Glance: 27 assaults, 14 break and enters

Crime at a Glance: 27 assaults, 14 break and enters

Thunder Bay Police were busy responding to more than 156 incidents, which included 23 thefts.
Crime at a Glance: 23 thefts, 25 assaults

Crime at a Glance: 23 thefts, 25 assaults

Thunder Bay Police were busy responding to more than 157 incidents including 10 break and enters.
Man charged after fake weapons call to 911

Man charged after fake weapons call to 911

A man has been charged with mischief after a false report involving a knife led to a response from the police service's Emergency Task Unit.