Oakville Break & Enter nets a Thief three Black Beretta Semi Automatic Handguns

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Oakville Break & Enter nets a Thief  three Black Beretta Semi Automatic Handguns

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Chantal Corner

Chantal Corner

Sergeant Chantal Corner is the Media Relations Officer for the Halton Regional Police Department. She grew up in Oakville and graduated from Loyola. She still resides in Oakville.

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On Tuesday evening of November 24, 2015, Halton Police responded to a report of a break and enter in the area of River Glen Blvd and Neyagawa Blvd of River Oaks located in North Oakville.

The residents who were out at the time of the incident returned home around 9:00pm to discover their home had been entered and they quickly notified police.

During the investigation, police discovered a quantity of jewelry and a safe containing four handguns had been stolen from the residence.

The stolen firearms include; three (3) Black Beretta Semi Automatic Handguns and one (1) Chrome Ruger Revolver. No ammunition was stolen during the incident. The firearms are legally registered to the owner of the residence, and were properly stored.

Investigators are concerned given the nature of this offence and are appealing to anyone who has knowledge of this crime or the location of these firearms to call the Oakville Criminal Investigations Bureau at 905-825 4747 ext. 2216, or Crime Stoppers at 1 800 222-8477 (TIPS) or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.com or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).

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Readers Comments (8)

  1. Andy Jorgensen says:

    A well written, well balanced peice of reporting. Good job.

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  2. Alex Bourne says:

    Thank you for reporting this offense without any bias against the law abiding. I hope these criminals are caught.

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  3. Carol says:

    Please define “properly stored”.

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    • Nolan Machan says:

      Thanks for your question. The RCMP details what is considered a legal way to store fire arms. The term used by the Police would use that as a reference. Here is the link: http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/fs-fd/storage-entreposage-eng.htm.

      If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact the Halton Regional Police Services.

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  4. cam says:

    Glad they were properly stored, now maybe the police can focus on the real criminal. The one who broke into someone elses house. My opinion is that being stored in a locked house should be enough to be stored correctly. Had a CRIMINAL not broken into the house we would have no problem. Onus should be on the criminal not the home owner.

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    • Tim says:

      You do understand that these guns are no longer in the homeowners position right?

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  5. Joe Zasada says:

    hopefully the criminals that did this can be caught

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  6. Nevine says:

    Excellent reporting thank you ! I do really enjoy getting the news of my beloved Oakville, while enjoying my stay in Florida. See you back soon.

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