Ottawa Dog Named Coco Was Stolen Outside A Business This Week & Police Are Asking For Info

Ottawa Police are looking for a missing dog after she was stolen on September 27.

Coco, a golden retriever and border collie mix, was taken at around 6:40 p.m "outside a commercial business in the 1600 block of Heron Rd," where her leash was cut.

Police describe Coco as "a medium-large mixed Border Collie/Golden retriever, black with white patches on her chest and three white paws."

The suspect is a 30- to 40-year-old white woman who was "driving a grey Pontiac van with tinted windows with a hitch or bike rack on the back."

Police say Coco has a chip but no GPS and are asking anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers or 613-236-1222, ext. 3566

The Panda Game after-party in Ottawa got a bit too rowdy last weekend with thousands gathered in the streets, three people charged and police looking to identify more party-goers.

After the Panda Game on October 2, a football match between the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees and Carleton Ravens, police say thousands gathered on multiple streets, including Russell Avenue. After 8 p.m., crowds began to form at several locations in Sandy Hill, according to an Ottawa Police press release.

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A three-week-old miniature donkey was stolen from a farm in Halton Hills, and police are now investigating.

The furry creature, named Sebastian, was stolen sometime between Thursday, August 19, and Friday, August 20, according to police.

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A Midnight Heist Went Down At A Toronto Art Gallery Last Night Like A Netflix Show IRL

The stolen art is reportedly worth over a quarter of a million dollars.

A Toronto gallery was the scene of a midnight heist Monday night and four pieces of art were allegedly stolen.

Toronto Police stated that they received a call at approximately 12:00 a.m. Monday night reporting a break and enter in the Avenue Road and Davenport Road area.

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Between January and February of 2021, tons of reports of Canada Post package thefts were rolling in and the value of the stolen packages was over $10,000. 

Investigators at Canada Post said that they believed it to be a Winnipeg employee who was responsible for the thefts

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