Grey County OPP and South Bruce OPP are investigating three break-ins to car washes that have occurred in the area since Thursday.
On March 28 at around noon, Grey County OPP received a report of a break, enter and theft from the Chatsworth Car Wash located on McNab Street Chatsworth.
Sometime overnight or into the early hours of March 28 unknown person(s) forcibly entered the main entrance door of the Chatsworth Car Wash. The key box was pried open and an undisclosed amount of coins were stolen.
On March 29 at approximately 12:30 a.m. Grey County OPP responded to an alarm call at the Double Bubble Car Wash located on Walker Street in Markdale.
Police arrived within minutes to find that the business had been forcibly entered. Once inside, the culprit(s) had time to cause damage to the alarm system and take the video recording device before fleeing the scene.
On March 30 the South Bruce OPP attended Sal's Suds Car Wash located on Brook Street in Tara for a report a motion alarm.
Investigation revealed that unknown suspect(s) attended Sal's Suds Car Wash on March 30 at 3:22 a.m. and attempted to gain entry through a business window. A motion alarm was set off by the suspect(s) actions and police were dispatched right away. The suspect(s) never gained entry into the business and left in an unknown direction.
South Bruce OPP and Grey County OPP is reminding the public to report any suspicious behaviour or vehicles to police. Anyone with information about any of these incidents are asked to contact the South Bruce OPP or Grey County OPP at 1-888-310-1122 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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