Six Chainsaws stolen

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The South Bruce OPP are currently investigating several thefts of chainsaws from Bruce County.  A total of six have been stolen since Sept. 27 from three rural addresses in southern Bruce County.

Culprits stole four chainsaws and some tools from a shop on Highway #9 in the former Greenock Township between Sept. 27 and Sept. 29.   The saws were: Stihl Model 028 (18” bar) orange, Stihl Model 009 (16” bar) orange, Stihl Model 066 (25” bar) orange, Jonsered Model 6171 (20” bar) red. Value of the saws is about $400.

Between Sept. 27 and Oct. 9, a Stihl Model MS 460 chainsaw was taken from a drive shed at a Concession 5 address in the former Greenock Township.

 And between Oct. 5 and 16, culprits stole a Stihl Model 066 (25” bar) from a shed on a rural property on the Brant-Greenock Line.  Value of the saw is $50.00.

Police are advising anyone who is buying a used chainsaw to be aware that it may be stolen property.  If the seller appears suspicious, contact the police.  Anyone with information is asked to contact the South Bruce OPP at 1-888-310-1122 or Crime Stoppers.

Bruce Township theft

South Bruce OPP are currently investigating the theft of a snowmobile from a rural Bruce Township residence  on Oct. 19. Sometime between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. culprit/s stole a Black 2008 SkiDoo MX6 and a Grey 2004 Easy Trailer from a rural address on Concession 12 of the former Bruce Township.  The snowmobile is valued at $11,600 and the trailer is valued at $1200.

Anyone with information regarding the theft is asked to contact the South Bruce OPP or Crime Stoppers.