Missing females located
BELLEVILLE, ON. - Police would like to thank the public for assistance in locating two girls who were reported missing from an area group home earlier this week.
The girls were located by officers Friday afternoon without incident.
An Early Online Grinch
BELLEVILLE, ON. - The public should be wary of independent online advertisements offering snow removal services in the Belleville area after a local homeowner was taken for money following Friday’s snowfall.
In responding to an online ad posted regarding snow removal, a male attended a home in the City to collect the cash Friday afternoon, but left without removing the snow.
Shortly after the encounter, the ad was removed from the website it was posted on.
Belleville police are asking the public to be cautious and prudent when hiring people through online forums or classified ads – especially if they are not associated with legitimate businesses.
BELLEVILLE, ON. - Belleville Police are looking for the public’s assistance in locating a man who was reported missing by his family late Friday evening.
Starskey HUGHEY, 34, was last observed by family members in the area of Wallbridge-Loyalist Road and Bell Boulevard at a gas station shortly before midnight.
At the time, he was wearing a blue Tommy Hilfiger hoodie, dark jeans and tan boots. He is described as five-foot-six, approximately 135 pounds, thin with brown hair.
Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to contact Const. Cory MOONEY #180 at 613-966-0882.