Major Incident Summaries
Published : Friday October 26, 2012@ 8:48
Incident # 12-253032 Type : Robbery
SELKIRK DR., KITCHENER ON CANADA (AREA: WC
On Friday October 26, 2012 at approximately 1240 a.m. a male was approached by 2 males in the area of Selkirk Drive and Block Line Road in the city of Kitchener.
The suspects brandished a weapon and demanded the victim's property. After obtaining some of the male's property, the suspects fled on foot toward Kingswood Drive. There were no injuries sustained by the victim.
The two males are described as White, 5'9, both teens, thin build wearing dark baggy clothng.
One male had a red bandana on his forehead like a headband and the other a white unknown logo on the front of his sweatshirt.
Anyone with information about this incident is requested to contact Waterloo Regional Police at 519-653-7700 ext. 4499 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)
Incident # 12-252512 Type : Suspicious Person
GRACEFIELD CRES, KITCHENER
Thursday, October 25, 2012 at approximately 11:55 a.m., an unidentified male approached a 12 year old boy who was walking home from school in the area of Kingwood Dr and Gracefield Ave. in the city of Kitchener.
The male chased the teen to his residence, at which point the boy entered his apartment building complex. The boy did not sustain any injuries as a result to the incident.
The male was described as a White, bald, approximately 40 years of age, possibly 6'3, 200 lbs, wearing a black shirt, grey dress pants and black shoes. The male was clean shaven, but had a black moustache.
Police searched the area for the male with negative results. Police are encouraging anyone who observes suspicious activity to notify Waterloo Regional Police Service at 519 653-7700.
Incident # 12-252409 Type : Industrial Accident
VICTORIA STREET AT JOSEPH STREET, KITCHENER ON CANADA
On October 25, 2012, emergency medical services attended the intersection of Victoria Street and Joseph Street for a workplace incident.
A 58 year old construction worker lost his footing and fell into a 6 foot deep construction hole, injuring his left shoulder.
EMS transported the male to Grand River Hospital to treat his injuries and the Ministry of Labour attended the scene.