OPP BRIEFS INCLUDE 32 TREES DAMAGED IN THE LYNN VALLEY TRAIL
8/11/2017 12:13:27 PM

It appears a Port Dover thief has yet to turn over a new leaf.
         
In the early morning hours on Wednesday, police say someone broke into the St. Paul's Anglican Church and stole a potted plant.
             
On their way out they also left a memento by damaging the blood donor sign.
                                   
Anyone with information should call the police.
                    
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The Norfolk OPP is reminding residents to be cautious about door-to-door salespeople.
                 
On Wednesday night, two men were canvassing homes in Delhi saying they were natural gas representatives.
                           
They wanted homeowners to sign paperwork and asked to inspect the house.
     
If you are skeptical about a door-to-door salesperson, do not hesitate to contact the authorities.
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Over two dozen trees damaged in the Lynn Valley Trail.
          
A concerned citizen called the OPP on Thursday morning to report 32 trees damaged between Queensway East and McCall Street.
    
The damage is estimated at approximately $4,000.
       
   

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