Equipment stolen, racial slurs spray-painted at Dundas high school

News Sep 12, 2020 by Sebastian Bron Hamilton Spectator

Hamilton police are asking the public for help to identify five suspects who were allegedly involved in several early morning break-and-enters at a local high school this summer.

Between July and August, four men and one woman are believed to have broken into Dundas Valley Secondary School on three separate occasions. Police say the suspects caused damage while inside and stole property.

All of the break-ins took place shortly before 4 a.m.

Police say three men entered the school through a smashed window on July 14. The suspects stole the master keys to the building and spray-painted multiple racial-slurs and symbols before they fled.

Less than a week later, on July 19, the three men returned to the school with two other suspects and gained access inside with the master keys. Police allege the group again stole various items from the building.

The three men broke into the school for the last time on Aug. 15 after smashing a glass door. Police say the men stole several items before they fled.

Anyone with information about the five suspects or alleged break-ins is asked to contact Det. Const. Sarah Ricker at 905-546-8938 or Det. Sgt. Frank De Vuono at 905-546-2991 of the B.E.A.R unit.

Equipment stolen, racial slurs spray-painted at Dundas high school

Four men and one woman are believed to have broken into Dundas Valley Secondary School on three separate occasions

News Sep 12, 2020 by Sebastian Bron Hamilton Spectator

Hamilton police are asking the public for help to identify five suspects who were allegedly involved in several early morning break-and-enters at a local high school this summer.

Between July and August, four men and one woman are believed to have broken into Dundas Valley Secondary School on three separate occasions. Police say the suspects caused damage while inside and stole property.

All of the break-ins took place shortly before 4 a.m.

Police say three men entered the school through a smashed window on July 14. The suspects stole the master keys to the building and spray-painted multiple racial-slurs and symbols before they fled.

Less than a week later, on July 19, the three men returned to the school with two other suspects and gained access inside with the master keys. Police allege the group again stole various items from the building.

The three men broke into the school for the last time on Aug. 15 after smashing a glass door. Police say the men stole several items before they fled.

Anyone with information about the five suspects or alleged break-ins is asked to contact Det. Const. Sarah Ricker at 905-546-8938 or Det. Sgt. Frank De Vuono at 905-546-2991 of the B.E.A.R unit.

Equipment stolen, racial slurs spray-painted at Dundas high school

Four men and one woman are believed to have broken into Dundas Valley Secondary School on three separate occasions

News Sep 12, 2020 by Sebastian Bron Hamilton Spectator

Hamilton police are asking the public for help to identify five suspects who were allegedly involved in several early morning break-and-enters at a local high school this summer.

Between July and August, four men and one woman are believed to have broken into Dundas Valley Secondary School on three separate occasions. Police say the suspects caused damage while inside and stole property.

All of the break-ins took place shortly before 4 a.m.

Police say three men entered the school through a smashed window on July 14. The suspects stole the master keys to the building and spray-painted multiple racial-slurs and symbols before they fled.

Less than a week later, on July 19, the three men returned to the school with two other suspects and gained access inside with the master keys. Police allege the group again stole various items from the building.

The three men broke into the school for the last time on Aug. 15 after smashing a glass door. Police say the men stole several items before they fled.

Anyone with information about the five suspects or alleged break-ins is asked to contact Det. Const. Sarah Ricker at 905-546-8938 or Det. Sgt. Frank De Vuono at 905-546-2991 of the B.E.A.R unit.