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Theft from Edmund C. Bovey Building

The Edmund C. BOVEY building is located at the north-west corner of Gordon Street and South Ring Road on the University of Guelph Campus; the complex houses both faculty as well as research facilities and includes an expansive network of greenhouses and growth room facilities.

Over the resent weekends (4/5 February) and (11/12 February) suspects entered the BOVEY complex and removed the following items:

Specialized LED Growth Lights, HPS (High Pressure Sodium) Lights, and a Digital Balance (scale).

Also missing is a Dell brand CPU and Monitor.

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Rental Scams in Guelph

The Guelph Police Service - Fraud Unit would like to remind those looking to rent or those who have posted a property for rent to take extra care to protect themselves from becoming the victim of an online Rental Scams.

Whether you are renting the property or looking to rent – DEAL IN PERSON and NOT through EMAIL.

Rental scams can vary, but here are three common scenarios:

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Increased number of bicycle thefts

We have been experiencing an increased number of bicycle thefts on campus

Please remember to lock your bike with a quality U-lock, not a cable or chain lock which can be easily cut.

If you see anyone suspicious around bicycles or at bicycle racks, please contact us without delay.

 

If you have any information regarding the above bulletin please contact the Campus Community Police at 824-4120 ext.52245, 519-840-5000 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS

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Canada Revenue Agency Scams in Guelph April 2015

CRA scams being reported again in Guelph

The Guelph Police Service – Fraud Unit wishes to notify the public about an ongoing scam involving fraudulent communications; phone calls, mail, text messages, and emails claiming to be from the Canada Revenue Agency.

These communications instruct the taxpayer to provide personal information in order to receive a refund or benefit payment.

These are scams and taxpayers should NEVER respond to these fraudulent communications, or click on any of the links provided.

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Sexual Assault in cab January 2015

On Sunday January 11, 2015 at approx. 2:00 a.m., 3 females who were unknown to each other hired a Red Top taxi from the area of Wyndham and Wellington Street. One female was dropped off at the University of Guelph and the second female was dropped off on Gordon Street. It is alleged that the third female sitting in the front seat was touched in a
sexual manner by the cab driver.

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Theft from cars January 2015

Sometime overnight between Monday January 5th to Tuesday January 6th, 2015, several cars had their passenger side window smashed and items stolen from their vehicles while parked in parking lot #13 located on the east side of South Residence.

 

If you have any information regarding the above bulletin please contact the Campus Community Police at 824-4120 ext.52245, 519-840-5000 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS

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Voyeurism investigation by GPS November 2

On November 2nd, 2014, Guelph Police started an investigation into a complaint of a male who was peeping into a residence late at night in the area of Caledonia Street. Through investigation, it was learned that the accused had engaged in this activity beginning in July, 2014.

A 27 year old Guelph male has been charged with two counts of voyeurism and two counts of trespass by night. The investigation is ongoing.

Sexual Assault - Off Campus

The Guelph Police went to a disturbance call on October 31, 2014 (Devil’s Night) at approx. 5:00 a.m. Guelph Police are now investigating this complaint as a sexual assault.

The incident occurred in the area of Scottsdale Drive, between College Avenue West and Stone Road.

At this time Police are seeking the public’s assistance if they have any information, observed or heard anything between 2:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. on October 31st, 2014. Contact Constable Josh Fraser at 519-824-1212 Ext. 7228.

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Hate graffiti in Seaway.

On Tuesday September 30, 2014 the third incident of hate graffiti was found in Seaway. This incident was anti-Semitic in nature.

The University of Guelph does not condone hate on campus.

 

If you have any information regarding the above bulletin please contact the Campus Community Police at 824-4120 ext.52245, 519-840-5000 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS

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Male seen looking into residence windows

Guelph Police Service Investigation

On Sunday September 14, 2014 in the late evening, a male was seen looking into the rear windows of a residence at 302 College Ave W. 
Description: male white, heavy set with long dark hair wearing a long coat similar to a rain jacket. 

If you have any information, please contact Cst. A. Anderson at 519-824-1212 x 7282