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Suspicious Vehicle in Niagara Falls Related to One Break and Enter

NRP responded to three separate calls about vehicle on Thursday

Niagara Regional Police are warning Niagara Falls residents about a suspicious vehicle which could be connected to a break and enter.

NRP responded to three separate suspicious vehicle complaints in the area of Richard Crescent near Glavcic Drive, Shoveller Drive near Madison Crescent, and Matthews Drive near Montrose Road.

A newer model black Ford Expedition bearing Ontario licence registration #CLWS335  pulled into three residential driveways. 

The licence plate has been reported stolen from Etobicoke and does not belong on the Ford Expedition.  

Police say a suspect exits the vehicle and knocks loudly on the front door.

One break and enter can be attributed to this suspect, in the other two instances, the suspect left the area after knocking on the door.

It is believed the suspect may be seeking out residential homes for the purpose of conducting a break and enter.  

The public is being asked to keep observation for the vehicle and if seen, contact the Niagara Regional Police Service Communications Unit by dialing 905-688-4111.

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