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Crime news for Thunder Bay and the surrounding area. 

Crime at a Glance: 23 assaults, 27 thefts

Crime at a Glance: 23 assaults, 27 thefts

Thunder Bay Police Service had a slightly busy week responding to more than 142 criminal incidents including 27 thefts.
Foul play suspected in Duncan's disappearance

Foul play suspected in Duncan's disappearance

City police are seeking the public's assistance in locating missing 23 year old Justin "Milky" Duncan.
Hit-and-run driver found by police

Hit-and-run driver found by police

SUV demolished in Friday evening crash, suspected pick-up truck driver involved fled scene
Drunk driver crashes on Highway 61

Drunk driver crashes on Highway 61

OPP Media Release (THUNDER BAY, ON) – On Sunday, December 4, 2016 at approximately 2:10 am, officers from the Thunder Bay Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a single motor vehicle collision on Highway 61.
Bail hearing postponed for lawyer accused of sexual assault

Bail hearing postponed for lawyer accused of sexual assault

Alexander (Sandy) Zaitzeff is scheduled to be back in court on Tuesday for a bail hearing.
Man charged for robbery with screwdriver

Man charged for robbery with screwdriver

Thunder Bay Police responded to a robbery Wednesday night on Prince Arthur Boulevard.
Crime at a Glance: 29 thefts, 22 assaults

Crime at a Glance: 29 thefts, 22 assaults

Thunder Bay Police Service were slightly busier on the north side responding to 20 thefts.
Hide-and-seek ends with cocaine charges

Hide-and-seek ends with cocaine charges

After a traffic stop, a foot chase, a game of hide-and-seek and even a false identity, police charged a 22-year-old man with trafficking cocaine among other offences.
Third youth charged in connection with tire slashing spree

Third youth charged in connection with tire slashing spree

Greenstone OPP charge third youth in connection with a string of tire slashings, which happened earlier this month.
U.S. couple fined nearly $5K for over fishing

U.S. couple fined nearly $5K for over fishing

Two U.S. residents have been fined a total of $4,600 for a fishing offence. Richard Rude and Brenda Rude of Oberlin, Kansas, pleaded guilty to possessing an over-limit of fish and were fined $2,400 and $2,200 respectively.