Two Robberies Occurred In Guelph Within A Few Hours
On November 19th, 2019, at 5:50pm, four suspects entered a retail store located in the south end of the City of Guelph wearing disguises, and demanded both money and merchandise.
They then fled the store and left the area in a vehicle. There were no injuries as a result of the incident and the value of the theft is undetermined at this time.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact Detective Sergeant Carrie Gale at 519 824 1212 ext. 7112, email her at email@example.com, leave an anonymous tip at CRIME STOPPERS 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit an anonymous tip online at www.csgw.tips.
On November 19th, 2019, at 11pm, two suspects entered a business located near the intersection of College Avenue West and Edinburgh Road South in the City of Guelph and approached the clerk. They demanded cash and both suspects said they had a firearm in their possession. No firearm was seen by the clerk or captured on video surveillance.
The suspects are described as close to 6 feet tall, and of medium build.
One suspect wore a black winter coat. The hood was up, it had a beige logo on the back and a red logo on the sleeve. A black covering concealed the bottom portion of their face. They wore black pants with white vertical lines going down each leg.
The other suspect wore a blue/grey winter jacket. It was a North Face coat. The hood was up. A covering concealed the bottom portion of their face. They wore black rimmed glasses, and black “Champion” jogging pants.
No one was injured in the incident.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact Constable Michael Braga at 519 824 1212 ext. 7144, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, leave an anonymous tip at CRIME STOPPERS 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit an anonymous tip online at www.csgw.tips.
Police Service Dog Charger Impresses At National Competition
Police Service Dog Charger and Constable Andrew Crowe attended the United States Police Canine National Police Dog 1 trial in Okaloosa County, Florida from November 4th to 9th, 2019.
In order to attend, canine teams had to qualify for the event at the regional level first. This draws the best canine teams from across North America to one location to compete in various events. The events include obedience, agility, suspect search, evidence search, suspect apprehension with recalls and suspect apprehensions with gunfire.
Police Service Dog Charger competed in all aspects of the event and certified to the rigorous standards that are expected at the National level. He received a National Certification, which has only been done once before by a Guelph Police Service Dog, retired Police Service Dog Nitro.
Out of 105 dogs in attendance, Charger finished in 60th place.
Constable Crowe commented “It was an absolutely incredible learning experience for both of us as a team and I am very proud of my partner. Thank you to the community sponsors that made this event possible for us.”