Brant-Brantford Crime Stopper’s Crime of the Week. The Brantford Police Service is asking for the public’s assistance with identifying the perpetrators and recovering the property in the following crime:
On Monday, July 26, 2021 at approximately 4:44pm, Brantford Police were dispatched to the area of Copernicus Boulevard and Tamara Place in the city regarding a stolen pick-up truck and trailer. A lawn service company was performing lawn maintenance for a Copernicus Boulevard company and had parked the truck and trailer in the area. A diesel pick-up truck was observed casually pulling up to the front of the lawn maintenance vehicle. Unfortunately, the keys had been left in the vehicle. The crew continued their work and several minutes later, observed that both their vehicle and the diesel pick-up truck were gone.
Video surveillance was obtained from a neighbouring business. It revealed that the diesel pick-up suspect vehicle, believed to be a silver Ford F-250 or F-350 dual axel, had a person dressed in black exit, walk over and enter the victim’s vehicle and drive away from the area. Both vehicles were last seen eastbound on Copernicus Boulevard approaching Dalkeith Drive.
The stolen vehicle was a 2004 Ford F-250 pick-up truck, red in colour, bearing Ontario Marker AM 80074. Attached was a 16 foot Action Aluminum Tandem Trailer, bearing Ontario Marker M8763V. The value of the trailer is approximately $5,000. The trailer contained the following:
6 Foot Kubota riding lawn mower valued at $25,000
Exmark mower with collection box, red and white in colour, valued at $16,000
Exmark push mower, red in colour, valued at $1,000
Echo backpack leaf blower, valued at $850
Echo Weed Trimmer, valued at $600
The value of the trailer and contents is estimated at $48,450.
If you have any information regarding this theft, please contact Crime Stoppers at 1-866-222-TIPS. That’s 1-866-222-8477. Our local number is 519-750-8477. Remember, your tip is totally anonymous. Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display. You may be eligible for a cash reward. And remember, crime doesn’t pay, but Crime Stoppers does!