Two cars stolen from a Burlington residence - one recovered.

Crime 100By Staff

April 9, 2016


The Halton Regional Police are asking for some help in identifying a male associated to a stolen vehicle taken from a residential break and enter in Burlington.

Car thief A

Regional police provided a photograph of a driver at a gas station – the driver left without paying for the gas in a car that had been stolen earlier.

At 3:00 am on March 23rd the garage of a Burlington home was entered while the homeowners were asleep in their residence. Two vehicles were stolen.

The vehicles drove along the 407, a toll road where license plate numbers are captured, going eastbound from Burlington.

Car thief B

A second photograph of a person driving a car that had been stolen from a Burlington residence.

One of the stolen vehicles was recovered in Toronto on March 24th. The other stolen vehicle, a 2006 grey Infiniti G35 was involved in a gas drive off in Toronto in the early morning hours on March 30th.

If you are able to ID the male, have information with regards to the whereabouts of the stolen vehicle or have information that would assist investigators, please contact Det Bale of the Burlington Criminal Investigations Bureau, 905-825-4747 ext 2312 or D/Cst Freeman ext 2363.

Alternatively through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), through the web at or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).

Getting it - blackThere was some very detailed police work done on this case.  Capturing data from the numerous cameras in the area and working with data from the Toronto police and getting the photographs from the gas station was all a part of putting the pieces together.

Detective Bale and D/Cst Freeman of the Burlington Criminal Investigations Bureau
were part of that team.


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