Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Thunder Bay police say they are looking for two people who they would like to speak to about last month's false bomb scare at the Bombardier plant. They have released a surveillance video of two people making a call from a pay phone at Vickers and Arthur street where the threat is believed to have been called in from.
Thunder Bay Police are looking for one person after a break and enter this morning. Police say a surveillance video shows a man with a what looked like a crow bar going behind the counter and stealing a cash box. Officers say the front glass door of the building was smashed open just before 2:30 this morning.
A man is recovering after being the victim of an alleged assault. Thunder Bay Police found the man in a snow bank on the corner of Limbrick Street and University Drive just before 5 this morning. The man was drunk and couldn't give a description of the people who assaulted him but witnesses say a van was spotted near the man and then left the area before police arrived.
The Lakehead Public School Board is seeing improvements in the number of at work accidents they see in a year. Spokesperson Rick Molloy says they had 20 lost time incidents with staff in 2011. Most of the accidents were due to falling or straining due to heavy lifting.
Police are on the lookout for a young man who escaped custody from the Jack McGuire facility yesterday afternoon. The 16 year old was wearing a black sweater two pairs of pants and has short cropped hair. A second 15 year old who also fled the facility was caught and will be held for video court today.