Quinte West OPP investigate break-ins on Meyers Creek Road

Quinte West OPP are hoping information from the public will generate some leads in the investigation into break-ins on Meyers Creek Road. Global News file

OPP are investigating three break-ins at homes in the rural part of Quinte West.

Officers from the Quinte West detachment were called to a home on Meyers Creek Road on April 9. The OPP forensic identification services team was also called in to collect evidence at the scene.

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Investigators concluded that the home had been broken into sometime between 8:00 p.m. on April 8 and 7:30 p.m. on April 9. Various items were stolen.

Police were able to quickly determine that there had been a break-in two days earlier at another nearby home along the short road that runs north of CFB Trenton.

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Police visited the home and determined that a second break-in had occurred.

The stolen items taken from the two homes include a 12-gauge shotgun, electronics, clothing, antiques and tools.

OPP say they are hoping to hear from anyone who witnessed any suspicious activity last week near Meyers Creek Road.

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