City of Kawartha Lakes Police Service – Investigating Four Vehicle Thefts

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The Kawartha Lakes Police Service is investigating four vehicle thefts occurring overnight.

At 4:36AM on November 23, a black, 2022 Dodge Ram Longhorn 1500 pickup truck bearing Ontario license plates, “BT75296” was stolen from a Crestwood Avenue driveway. Video surveillance shows two unidentifiable suspects in the area.

A second vehicle was stolen from a Mary Street West driveway, sometime between 8:00PM November 22 and 8:00AM on November 23. The vehicle is described as being a grey, 2022 Toyota Highlander with Ontario license plates, “BYSR417.”

A third vehicle was stolen from a Dobson Street driveway. The vehicle is described as being a black, 2022 Dodge Ram GT pickup truck with black side steps and a tonneau cover with Ontario license plates “T33321.” Video surveillance shows an unidentifiable suspect in the area at 5:20AM on November 23, 2022.

A fourth vehicle was stolen from a driveway on Durham Street East sometime between 9:00PM on November 22 and 9:20AM on November 23. The vehicle is described as being a red, 2022 Dodge Ram 1500 pickup truck with Ontario license plates “BN82507.”

The Kawartha Lakes Police Service is asking that anyone who may have information about these thefts to contact them as 705.324.5252. Or if you wish to provide information anonymously you can do so through Crime Stoppers at 1.800.222.TIPS (8477) or at

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