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Police look to identify suspect in rash of Buddhist temple break-ins

Police look to identify suspect in rash of Buddhist temple break-ins

The suspect believed responsible for at least four separate break-and-enter incidents where cash was stolen from donation bins
Pedestrians injured in 2 separate collisions

Pedestrians injured in 2 separate collisions

In the wake of accidents yesterday in Markham and Vaughan, York police warn drivers and pedestrians to take extra care at night, especially in snow or rain
Man suspected in second Bradford LCBO theft

Man suspected in second Bradford LCBO theft

South Simoce Police are seeking the public's help in identifying a man following a second shoplifting incident at the Holland Street outlet
Widow makes urgent plea as OPP launches Festive RIDE

Widow makes urgent plea as OPP launches Festive RIDE

'One impaired driver is truly one too many. There is no acceptable number really, but we at least want to see them decline,' says OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt
Caledon home invasion sends one to hospital

Caledon home invasion sends one to hospital

Police ask for public assistance to locate two suspects
Uxbridge man, 27, charged with impaired following 4-vehicle collision in Newmarket

Uxbridge man, 27, charged with impaired following 4-vehicle collision in Newmarket

York Regional Police arrested five drivers for impaired driving last night, within days of launching its enhanced seasonal RIDE program
RIDE, Project Red Ribbon campaign targeting impaired drivers

RIDE, Project Red Ribbon campaign targeting impaired drivers

With the number of impaired-related criminal driving charges continuing to rise, York Regional Police will be out every day and night from now through to New Year’s Day conducting RIDE spot checks
Woman, 71, dies in Markham house fire

Woman, 71, dies in Markham house fire

York Regional Police are working with the Ontario Fire Marshal to investigate the fire yesterday on Galbraith Crescent
Police investigate 3 collisions involving deer in 3 days

Police investigate 3 collisions involving deer in 3 days

The highest risk times for deer-vehicle collisions are from sunset to midnight and around sunrise, so slow down and be attentive, South Simcoe police advise
Keswick man under driving suspension faces another impaired charge

Keswick man under driving suspension faces another impaired charge

Call from concerned citizen regarding man in parked car alerted police