St. Thomas police close headquarters to public amid rise in COVID-19 cases

Police headquarters in St. Thomas, Ont., as seen Oct. 2, 2020. Andrew Graham / Global News

St. Thomas police closed their headquarters due to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases and the Omicron variant.

Police said the headquarters, located at the Colin McGregor Building at 45 Caso Crossing, will be closed from Dec. 19 until further notice.

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Police said the building will still be available for appointments such as fingerprinting and property pick-up.

Emergency services remain in place.

This comes a day after London police headquarters closed to the public for the same reasons.


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