An alert citizen notified the Timmins Police Service of an alleged “break and enter” in progress in the area of Cloutier Street South in Timmins at approximately 2:00 a.m. on the morning of Friday, September 7th.
Responding Timmins Police Service officers located two suspects, who matched the descriptions given to police, a short distance from the scene.
A thorough investigation into all the circumstances surrounding the event was undertaken by the Timmins Police Service.
As a result, Joseph SEAR, 52, and Darryl RUMLESKI, 39, both of Timmins, have been charged with one count each of:
– Trespass By Night contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada
– Possession of Break-in Instruments contrary to the Criminal Code of Canada
Both men were released from police custody on the strength of respective Appearance Notices requiring that they attend Provincial Court on October 23rd to answer to the charges that have been laid against them.
The Timmins Police Service is thankful to those members of the public who rendered assistance by firstly reporting suspicious activity to the police and secondly, providing valuable details to responding officers
These measures of assistance to the Timmins Police Service better allows them to respond to the needs of individual property owners in relation to property crimes.