Arrest made in Canadian Tire firearms theft A Timmins man is now facing multiple charges following an investigation into the June 17th break and enter at Canadian Tire, as well as additional break ins to other retail stores.
on June 17, employees of Canadian Tire attended the store in response to an alarm call. Upon entering the store, coach outlet stores mercedes texas the employees believed coach outlet sale 49 the suspect to be in the building, immediately exited, and called police. and observed that the firearms cabinet had been breached and that some weapons appeared to be missing. For officer safety reasons, officers then exited the building to await backup and the building was contained. With assistance from the Ontario Provincial Police Tactical and Rescue Unit (TRU), and Canine Unit, the building was searched and cleared, with no individuals being coach outlet stores fairfield located in the building. Following an investigation by the Timmins Police Service Criminal Investigation Section and Forensic Identification Unit, along with an inventory completed by staff, it was determined that a quantity of air rifles and air guns were taken. These items have not been recovered. Additional property including several tools were also taken. The approximate value of the items stolen from Canadian Tire is $2,300. In relation to this incident, Harold Nakogee, 26, of Timmins faces charges of break and enter, and commit indictable offence (theft), possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000, and disguise with intent. Nakogee was further charged in relation to two additional incidents at local retailers. Once access was gained to the store, several items were taken including cellular and electronics devices. Other items were damaged during the incident. The estimated value of the stolen property is approximately $6,700. In relation to this incident, Nakogee is further charged with break and enter and commit indictable offence (theft), possession coach outlet atlanta xplosion of property obtained by crime over $5,000, and mischief under $5000. On June 26, 2015, an attempted break and enter occurred at another retail outlet on Riverside Drive. In this incident, entry was gained to the store; however the suspect quickly retreated when confronted by night staff. This incident also involved another individual who allegedly waited outside while the suspect gained access to the building. In relation to this incident, Nakogee is charged with break and enter with intent to commit an indictable Offence, and Possession of Break In Instruments. Bryan Tomagatick, 22, of Timmins was also charged with break and enter with intent to commit an indictable offence and two counts of failure to comply with a probation order. Nakogee was held for bail, with a court date scheduled for July 2, 2015. Tomagatick was released on a Promise to Appear with a court date scheduled for Aug.
18, 2015. At this time, the Timmins Police Service would like to thank the public for their assistance in these investigations. The tips and information provided, in combination with the investigative skill displayed by investigating officers, were integral in identifying the suspects in these break and enters.
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