Police nab one B&E suspect; look for two others
HUNTSVILLE — Police are looking for a woman who was seen fleeing from a house after the owners suspect she may have been trying to break in.
OPP say that on Thursday May 1, just after noon, they were notified of suspicious persons on Fowlers Road in the town of Huntsville.
The owners who were home at the time said they were working in their garage when they heard the back door of their garage rattle several times and the door knob turn.
One of them went into the house and saw a female running from the residence.
The female is described as being heavier set between 5’4” to 5’8” with longer hair that was up in a bun style.
She appeared to be wearing a light grey ski jacket with vertical black sections under the armpit of the jacket.
She was seen getting into the passenger’s side of a grey minivan, that sped off.
Police says the suspect did not gain any entry into the house.
They ask that anyone who may have seen anything suspicious in the area of Fowlers Road on Thursday May 1, is asked to contact Huntsville OPP or Crime Stoppers.
A day later, on May 2, just after 4 a.m. Huntsville OPP were called to a break-in at Surf Paradise on King William Street in Huntsville.
Officers arrived and were met by the owner, who said the culprits smashed the front door glass, entered the business and removed items including clothing and cash.
A short time later, a vehicle was located in Almaguin Highlands OPP detachment area with the property from Surf Paradise in the vehicle.
A 19-year-old Kearney male has been charged with Break and Enter and will appear in Ontario Court of Justice Huntsville on June 4, to answer to his charges.
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