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Posted On Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Black Raptor FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, February 25, 2020    10:30am  (Ottawa) – The Ottawa Police Break and Enter Unit is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspects and vehicles responsible for a series of residential break-ins that occurred on Feb 4 and 5 in Kanata and Orleans.
Investigators believe there are three to four male suspects involved in these break and enters. 
Two of the suspects are described as Black men,...

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Posted On Monday, February 24, 2020

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, February 24, 2020        3:50pm  
(Ottawa) – Ottawa Police Service (OPS) Marine Dive Trail (MDT) officers charged a snowmobile operator with impaired driving during a RIDE program Saturday evening. 
Between 9 pm February 22 and 1 am February 23, officers set up at two trailhead locations: Dwyer Hill and Fernbank Roads and Roger Stevens Drive and Fourth Line Road. 
Between...

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Posted On Monday, February 24, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, February 24, 2020    3:08pm  (Ottawa) – The Ottawa Police Robbery Unit would like to advise the public that the two suspects have been identified and charged in relation to this incident. 
On February 9, 2020 the Robbery Unit charged Abdelfatah HAKIM, 19 years old and Abdel HAKIM, 22 years old, both of Ottawa with:
Aggravated Assault
Robbery
Possession of a weapon to commit an offence
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Posted On Monday, February 24, 2020

suspect to ID FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, February 24, 2020    12:20pm  (Ottawa) –The Ottawa Police Service Robbery Unit is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect responsible for a commercial robbery that occurred in the 400 block of Bank Street, on Sunday, February 9 th , 2020. 
At approximately 4:40pm a lone male entered a store, concealed a bottle of alcohol on his person and attempted to leave the store. The suspect was approached...

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Posted On Friday, February 21, 2020

Gail and RonWe’ve all been there, that feeling that if just one more thing happens, it will be too much to handle.
Ottawa resident Gail L. was still in shock over the recent passing of her husband Ron after 41 years of marriage, so it’s understandable her resilience was already stretched to the limit when she was in a collision on February 5, 2020.
“It was minor,” she said, “but I had forgotten my cell phone at home and couldn’t call for help.  I...

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