UNSOLVED CRIMES 2014

Crime Stoppers of Kawartha Haliburton are asking for the public’s assistance in solving an assault causing bodily harm.

At approximately 1:00 A.M. November 1st 2014 an unknown male culprit was observed attempting to gain access into Police cruisers which were parked in front of the York Tavern situated on Kent St in the Town of Lindsay. The culprit was approached by citizens at which time he spit on a female. The culprit left the area and walked northbound on Lindsay St. He was followed and while walking over the Lindsay St bridge near King St the culprit assaulted a male.  The victim was struck and knocked unconscious, the victim’s jaw was broken and a tooth was knocked out.  The culprit then fled on foot and was last observed running eastbound on King St.

The culprit is described to be a white male, approximately 26 years of age, with blonde spikey hair, wearing a dark striped shirt and blue jeans.

Anyone with information about this or any other crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477




Crime Stoppers of Kawartha Haliburton are asking for the public’s assistance in solving an arson.

On November 27th 2014 an unknown person(s) attended the second floor rest room at I.E. Weldon Secondary School and set fire to a toilet paper dispenser.  Smoke from the fire subjected several students to smoke inhalation. Kawartha Fire and Rescue responded and quickly extinguished the blaze. Damage caused by the fire is estimated at $5000.

Anyone with information as to the person responsible for this incident or any other crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477




Crime Stoppers of Kawartha Haliburton are asking for the public’s assistance in solving a Break Enter and theft.

Between October 15th and October 31st unknown culprit(s) forced entry through a basement window of a residence located on Adelaide St N in the town Lindsay. Once inside the unknown culprit(s) removed a 46 inch Samsung television, a Sony DVD Home theatre System, a Sony Mini Camcorder, a Go Pro camera and an assortment of power tools.

Anyone with information about this or any other crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477