Warwick homeowner loses $20,000 worth of property in break in

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About $20,000 worth of items have been taken from a home in Warwick Township.

Lambton OPP say the homeowner called police Monday saying someone had broken into the home and searched the entire house and garage stealling a number of things including;

–     A gun safe containing 4 hunting rifles (Cooey, Remington and Savage) and 2 shot guns (Ithaca and JC Higgins)

–     Rifle and shot gun ammunition

–     Hunting and fishing equipment

–     A Johnson 6 horsepower outboard boat motor

–     Hummingbird fish-finder and digital fish weigh scale

–     Okuma fishing rods and downriggers

–     PSE Stinger compound hunting bow and arrows in a Plano case

–     Tasko rifle scope

–     Buck hunting knives

–     Xbox video console and video games

–     50″ RCA television

–     Watches, necklaces, earrings, charms and bracelets

–     Personal identification.

The property is estimated to be worth $20,000 .  

 

The OPP West Region Identification Unit and the Lambton OPP Community Street Crimes Unit continue to investigate. If anyone has knowledge of this incident, knows the location of the stolen property or can assist in identifying the suspect(s); they are asked to call the OPP at 519-882-1011 or Sarnia-Lambton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.