29 June 2010Warning - this news article expired on 2010-07-29. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable
Break and Enter
Belleville, Ontario ? On 28 June, 2010 at 8:43 a.m., police attended at a residence on Burton Street in response to a complaint of a residential break and enter. The resident reported that unknown person(s) forced entry into the residence sometime between 26 and 27 June, 2010. Electronics and collectibles were stolen. This investigation is ongoing.
Belleville, Ontario ? On 28 June, 2010 at 1:45 p.m., police attended at the Quinte Mall in response to two complaints of an alleged counterfeit $100.00. Two businesses reported that a male attempted to make a small purchase with a $100.00 bill. The male is described as 20 to 30 years, slightly over 5' tall, dark complexion and dark brown eyes.
Belleville Police Service is reminding the public to be aware of counterfeit notes and to use the TiLL method to determine authenticity:
- Touch the bill ? bank note paper has a unique feel with raised ink on the front of the bill
- Tilt the bill ?watch for the changing colours of the numbers and the two-toned maple leaves in the metallic stripe
- Look through the bill ? hold the bill up to the light and look for the ghost image and puzzle number near the middle
- Look at the bill ? you need to look carefully to make sure it appears and works as it should when you tilt or look through the note
Belleville Police Canada Day Activities
Date: 01 July, 2010
Location: Zwick's Park, Belleville
The Belleville Police Service and Community Policing will participate in the Canada Day celebrations with displays and events that will commence at 11:00 a.m. and continue throughout the afternoon. Events will include:
- a driving course for young children using the sponsored electric jeeps from the Children's Safety Village and participants will receive a Safe Driving certificate upon successful completion of the course
- the "Drinking Goggles "with young and old participants challenged to complete a skill while wearing the goggles (there will prizes for the youngsters)
Belleville Community Policing will once again be placing Lock It or Lose It
pamphlets on vehicles throughout the day. This is a positive initiative designed to encourage drivers to ensure their vehicles are locked and valuables are stored out of sight.