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East District Break and Enters Report

For the period December 7, 2017 to December 14, 2017

Following is a listing of recent break and enters in your community (WPS East District).

If you observe a Break and Enter in progress or if someone's safety is at risk, call 911 immediately. To report suspicious activity, persons or vehicles call 204-986-6222. Don’t assume someone else has called Police. If you have any information regarding these incidents please call the Winnipeg Police Service at 204-986-6222 or CrimeStoppers at 204-786-TIPS (8477).

Note: Information is sorted by district, community, street name and then date.

2017/12/8 400 block of NAIRN AV
2017/12/8 1000 block of MONCTON AV
2017/12/12 First block of PREVETTE ST
2017/12/11 1500 block of REGENT AV W
2017/12/9 300 block of HEADMASTER RW
2017/12/10 1200 block of ST MARYS RD
2017/12/12 1200 block of ST MARYS RD
2017/12/9 2100 block of ST MARYS RD
2017/12/9 1600 block of ST ANNES RD

For further Residential Security information see our page for Crime Prevention - Residential Security.

Disclaimer: All of the statistics presented on this website are based on the police occurrence type gathered from the records management system (RMS) used by the Winnipeg Police Service. They are considered preliminary crime data and do not represent official statistics submitted to the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics. Any comparison between statistics provided on this website with any other publication providing Winnipeg Police Service crime statistics is not recommended. Specific details of Break and Enter offences are not provided in order to protect the privacy of our victims.

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