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Recent Break and Enters

by FCCA | 3 Comments

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Please be advised that in the last couple weeks there have been a number of break and enters or attempted B&E’s. Both homes and cars have been targeted (locked and unlocked)

Get to know your neighbours, and keep your eye out for suspicious activity.

If you have been affected, or you’ve seen something, please file a police report. You can do it online. It is important to file a report – without a report the authorities can’t help the community as effectively.

Report Traffic and Mischief in Findlay Creek

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downloadThere have been escalating complaints regarding traffic violations and public mischief in the area, including a hit and run on a community mailbox at the corner of White Alder and Widgeon. Luckily in this case no one was hurt, but this is a family community and vehicles need to be respectful of that.

If you witness any of these violations and can get a license plate number, please call 613-236-1222 ext 7300 or go to http://www.ottawapolice.ca/en/contact-us/Online-Reporting.asp. A report will automatically be generated and forwarded to the appropriate officer.

Our community safety officer, Stephanie Lemieux has asked for increased patrol in the neighbourhood.

Findlay Creek residents invited to turn in guns as part of the Pixels for Pistols program

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Pixels for PistolsThe Ottawa Police Services guns for cameras amnesty program runs until November 3. Residents should contact OPS to have firearms picked up: 613-236-1222 ext. 7300 or pixelsforpistols@ottawapolice.ca. DO NOT bring guns to a police station. Shotguns, rifles and handguns are accepted. Over 800 guns have been turned in by Ottawa residents – some were inherited or are now unused, some were souvenirs and others were turned in for the safety of household members.

Please be aware: coyotes spotted close to home, in broad daylight

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A resident who lives on White Alder spotted two coyotes chasing an orange tabby cat near the creek and foot bridge at Spartina St around 5:30 p.m. today. He reported the incident to the City of Ottawa / Police). After the call was made, the three animals were nowhere to be found.  The officer suggested we notify residents.

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