The Norfolk County OPP are requesting the public's help: according to a report by CTV News, the Ontario Provincial Police are currently investigating a rather unusual case of theft. On separate occasions, one or more unknown suspects entered into a boys' change room at the Simcoe Recreation Centre in Norfolk County, Ontario and stole underwear. The suspect entered the change room when children were swimming in a nearby pool, and removed the underwear without anyone noticing.
Police believe that the thefts have occurred at least five times. The most recent incident occurred on Friday, March 8th. Following the theft, police were informed of the issue and launched an investigation.
As per CTV News' report, at least two incidents occurred before the March 8th theft, but went unreported to police. The thefts began in January of this year.
Provincial police say they are investigating multiple underwear thefts from a boys' change room at a community centre in Simcoe https://t.co/Ae1ywhn4gA— CityNews Toronto (@CityNews) March 12, 2019
So far, the suspects have not been identified, and a description of the suspects have not been provided.
Anyone who may have information that could be valuable to the investigation are asked to come forward and call 1-888-310-1122. Should you wish to remain anonymous, you may call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222- 8477(TIPS) or leave an anonymous online message here.
Police allege there have been several incidents at the Simcoe Recreation Centre starting in January of this year. https://t.co/az4SqtxcXM— 680 NEWS Toronto (@680NEWS) March 12, 2019