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Glance at Crime: 13 assaults, 12 break and enters

City police responded to more than 110 criminal incidents.
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City police responded to more than 110 criminal incidents during the week of Monday, April 9 through Sunday, April 15.

Thunder Bay Police Service statistics are made available through, a website that tracks reported crime via information provided by local police services.

This week’s report shows police were nearly equally dispatched between the north and south sides of the city, responding to 56 criminal incidents on the north compared to 54 cases south of the Harbour Expressway.

The more than 110 incidents reported last week is an estimate and does not include traffic cases.

North of the Harbour Expressway, some of the more serious incidents included:

• 6 assaults
• 5 break and enters
• 4 property crimes
• 2 robberies
• 1 sexual assault
• 8 thefts
• 9 thefts from vehicle
• 1 theft of vehicle

Meanwhile, south of the Harbour Expressway some of the more serious incidents included:

• 7 assaults
• 7 break and enters
• 3 property crimes
• 2 robberies
• 3 sexual assault
• 10 thefts
• 3 thefts from vehicle
• 1 theft of vehicle

The vast majority of cases city police responded to were listed as either liquor, disorder and property crime.

The above numbers represent an estimate.