#WRPS incident reports February 25, 2013- UPDATE

Major Incident Summaries
Published : Monday February 25, 2013@ 15:16

Incident # 13-041645    Type : Robbery    
On Friday February 22, 2013, Waterloo Regional Police responded to a break/enter and robbery in Kitchener.

Three persons forced their way into a home on Norfolk Crescent shortly before 8am and demanded items. The male victim was assaulted by the suspects during the incident and the persons made off with various items. The injuries to the victim were minor.

The investigation is being handled by Central Division Detectives. Police are considering this a targeted incident and don't believe there is an ongoing risk to community safety.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers 1 800 222 8477 or Central Division Detectives at 519-653-7700 extension 4499.

Incident # 13-035319    Type : Break and Enter    
Waterloo Regional Police are investigating a break, enter and theft and robbery that occurred on February 14, 2013 at approximately 6:20 am in the student apartment building located at 167 King Street N., Waterloo.

Once inside the building the unknown male entered an apartment and stole some property. The victim confronted the male and he fled on foot. The victim was not injured.

The unknown suspect is male White, 18-22 years, 5'6-5'8 tall, 160 tall, dark hair, wearing khaki coloured boots, light coloured blue jeans, dark sweater, grey hoodie, ball cap and black backpack.

Police are reminding everyone to keep their doors locked and not allow unknown persons into their building.

Anyone having any information as to the identity of this person is asked to call North Division Detectives at 519-650-8500 ext 6335 or Crime Stoppers 1 800 222 8477.

Incident # 12-287827    Type : Robbery    
On December 10th, 2013 at approximately 1:30 am, two males carrying knives forced their way into a residence on Victoria St. N. in Kitchener.

The homeowner was threatened with a weapon.

The suspects fled the residence after obtaining the victim's banking information and stealing some of the victim's electronics.

The victim was not injured.

Investigators are requesting assistance from the public in identifying those responsible.

Suspect 1: white, approximately 6 feet tall, 220 pounds, heavy set, wearing a black hooded with a black and white mask covering his face. He was also observed wearing a yell gold skull ring on his right hand ring finger.

Suspect 2: white, approximately 6 foot 1 inch tall, 170 to 190 pounds, dark hear, wearing a black hoodie and a black and white mask covering his face.

Police believe that one of the suspects attempted to use the victim's bank card at an ATM shortly after.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the the Waterloo Regional Police, North Division Detectives at 519 653-7700 ext 6399, or contact Crime Stoppers at 1 800 222 TIPS.

Incident # 12-220287    Type : Prowler    
Waterloo Regional Police continue to investigate reports of suspicious activity involving an unidentified male in the university district of Waterloo.

The male is described as 30-40 years of age, with possibly tanned skin, bald or shaved head, approximately 6 feet tall with a muscular build.

The male was observed on one occasion in September 2012 and several times in December 2012 and January 2013 in the Noecker Street area. In these instances, the male was seen trying to look through the window into the interior of a residence.

Police are reminding the public to be vigilant of their surroundings and using customary safety measures such as locking residence doors and windows, and using exterior lights.

Anyone with information in relation to these occurrences is asked to contact North Division at 519-650-8500 x 6399 or Crime Stoppers 1 800 222 8477.

Incident # 13-043896    Type : Injured/Sick Person    
On February 24, 2013 at approximately 9:06 P.M. emergency services responded to an injured male located on the east shoulder northbound on Highway 7 just south of Shantz Station Road in the Township of Woolwich.

Highway 7 was closed from Fountain Street to Shantz Station Road for a short period of time to conduct a field investigation.

A 38 year old male was transported to Guelph General Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. North Division Detectives are investigating the incident.

Preliminary investigation indicates that the injuries were not as a result of an accident or criminal matter and are a result of misadventure.

Incident # 13-035319    Type : Break and Enter    
Supplemental Published : February 25, 2013

On the 22 February, 2013, the accused, Ryan SCHEIFELE was further charged with Break,Enter and Commit and Theft Under X3 in relation to a break in at 167 King Street N, Waterloo that occurred on the 25th November 2012. (12-276930)

SCHEIFELE was also charged with Break, Enter and Commit, Theft/Poss. Under 5000.00 and Breach Probation in relation to a break in at 125 Lincoln Road, Waterloo. that occurred on the 06th of December 2012. (12-285484)

SCHEIFELE remains in custody on all the outstanding charges.

Waterloo Regional Police thank the public for there assistance in this investigation.


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