Huron County Crime Stoppers’ crime of the week

Huron County Crime Stoppers and the Huron County OPP are asking for your assistance in solving the following theft of an adult size tricycle in South Huron.

Sometime during the early morning hours of Sept. 8, 2012, unknown persons stole an adult tricycle from a private residence on Edward Street in Exeter.

The three-wheel pedal bike is described as a red, Cion sport, 5-speed, with an attached orange flag and white basket.

If you have any information regarding this crime or any other crime, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or submit a tip online. All tips are anonymous, you will never have to go to court and you may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000. We need your information, so make the call…for your community.

Written by on October 10, 2012 in Communities, South Huron - No comments

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Heather has spent most of her career in local journalism and communications. She moved to Huron County more than two decades ago to join the newsroom at the Goderich Signal-Star, reporting local council and community news. Since then, she had been editor at the Walkerton Herald Times, city editor at the award-winning Observer in Sarnia, and freelance writer for the Hamilton Spectator and the London Free Press. She developed a local network with local government and businesses while working for Heritage and Cultural Partnership. She also worked with municipal and provincial governments in her role as communications manager for a wind energy development company. She has been active in the local community, most recently volunteering time to Habitat for Humanity Huron County. Heather graduated from Ryerson with a Bachelor of Applied Arts, Journalism.