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Suspect Vehicle Identified

A suspect vehicle has been identified following a rash of vehicle-entry incidents in Uxbridge; investigators are hoping the public can now help identify the suspects. The thefts occurred on July 30th and 31st on Bell St., where numerous unlocked vehicles were entered by multiple suspects described as three males and one female. The stolen items include ladies shoes, jewelry, and gift cards. The vehicle believed to be involved in these incidents is described as a four-door Honda Accord, possibly a 2005 model. Durham Regional Police strongly remind citizens to lock their vehicle doors at night and remove all valuable items. The investigation is continuing; anyone with new information is asked to contact North Division or CrimeStoppers.

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