(THUNDER BAY, ON) – There is a “grinch” in Thunder Bay, likely cracked out on hard drugs and is lurking around, day and night, breaking into homes and stealing not only Christmas presents from right out under the tree, but numerous other items of value in the homes.
This guy is lurking around Westfort and has been breaking into homes both day and night. The video we obtained is a brazen break and enter with a theft which happened around 1:00 pm in the afternoon.
Numerous homes have fallen prey to this jerk. One victim tells us that this a-hole stole not only her dead brother’s ashes but also her grandfathers. Jewellery, cameras, car keys, video game consoles, speakers, books, Roku, and tons and tons of jewellery has been reported as stolen by the “Grinch”.
One victim tells us that they have informed the police and dropped off video footage, but when they call to ask what’s going on, they say they have been told that the investigating officer is currently on time off. The “Grinch” is at-large and roaming the city, stealing Christmas.
If you or anyone you know have been hit by the “Grinch”, please get in contact with us via text at 807-355-8917 or via email at email@example.com. We want to hear from you and get your footage.
Below is the video surveillance we have obtained.
Anyone with information as to who the “Grinch” is, needs to call the Thunder Bay Police Service right away at 807-684-1200. If you are friends with this guy, just know that Crime Stoppers could pay you up to $2000 for information that leads to his conviction. Reach out to them via their website at www.p3tips.com/273.
HISTORY article dated December 20th, 2019:
(THUNDER BAY, ON) – A southside thief has been busy ruining Christmas for numerous families.
Sources indicate that the man in the video provided below has been breaking into homes in the Isabella Street and Vickers Street South areas.
Once the “grinch” gains access to the homes, he has been stealing Christmas gifts from under Christmas trees along with any medications that they find.
The Thunder Bay Police Service has been notified and is investigating the matter.
Residents in the area are advised to keep their homes and vehicles locked and consider purchasing video surveillance equipment to protect their belongings.
Anyone with information about the identity of this suspect is urged to contact the Thunder Bay Police Service immediately at 807-684-1200. If you wish to remain anonymous, you can reach out to Crime Stoppers via their website at www.p3tips.com/273 where you may be eligible for up to a $2000 reward for information that leads to a conviction.