Two Males Arrested in Overnight Commercial Break and Enter on North Service Road in Burlington

Crime 100By Staff

April 21, 2016


On April 20th 2016 at approximately 12:45 AM police responded to an alarm at a commercial premise located at 4145 North Service Road in Burlington.

Upon arrival, police confirmed that a break and enter into the building had occurred and that the suspects were believed to still be inside.

Police searched the interior of the building at which time it was determined that two separate businesses within the building were entered.


Police dog Arrow was used to flush out the thieves who broke into a North Service Road office building.

With the assistance of police canine unit handlers and Police Service Dogs (PSD) ARROW and STORM, two suspects were located hiding in a locked electrical room located inside a first floor washroom.

Police also located two crow bars and a large screwdriver, tools that were believed to be used to gain entry into the building and the separate businesses within. Suspects targeted cash boxes however all property was recovered at various locations inside the building.

Arrested and held for bail are:

Mohamed OZOR (21-yrs) of Laval Quebec
• Break and enter (X3)
• Possession of break-in instruments
• Obstruct police
• Fail to comply with probation (X2)

Omar ELGHANDOUR (21-yrs) of St. Laurent Quebec
• Break and enter (X3)
• Possession of break-in instruments

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Vince Couce of 3 District Criminal Investigation Bureau at (905) 825-4747 ext 2307 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), or through the web at; or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).

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