Home Intruder in Current River Flees From Barking Dogs

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(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Just hours ago a resident in Current River said that while he was at work, his girlfriend was home alone in their residence when a concerning event unfolded.

A suspicious person entered their home located near the top of Hodder Avenue and was lurking around when their dogs began barking.

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It is at this point that the rude-intruder fled the scene without incident. Police are aware of the incident.

Unsurprisingly, this is a common occurrence in Thunder Bay where criminals will lurk into unlocked homes and ransack, steal from and otherwise victimize the home.

We have reported on several instances where this has happened, especially in the McKenzie Street area.

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The public is being reminded to keep their doors locked at all times and if financially possible, install video surveillance equipment to monitor their vehicles and entry points to their home.

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5 Replies to “Home Intruder in Current River Flees From Barking Dogs”

  1. I lock our doors even in the daytime if I am in the shower,am watching tv with my head phones on or if I am going be outside working and my wife is not home and I can not see the door at all times.

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