Woodstock Police briefs include a vandalized vehicle, counterfeit money, a couple of impaired drivers and a shoplifting incident in the downtown area.
WOODSTOCK - Woodstock Police are searching for two suspects following a shoplifting incident in the downtown core.
Officers were called to a business in the Norwich Ave and Dundas Street area Sunday night.
Both of the suspects are believed to be white females and they were both wearing black hoodies, jackets and face masks at the time.
One of them was carrying a white bag with a burgundy stripe and they were last seen heading east on Dundas.
WOODSTOCK - An investigation is underway after someone smashed the door of a business in downtown Woodstock.
It happened in the Dundas Street and Broadway Street area and Woodstock Police got the call early Sunday morning.
The suspect got away and he's believed to be a white man with a black coat and a black toque.
WOODSTOCK - A 27-year-old Woodstock man is facing charges after police found a stolen vehicle in the Friendly City.
It was reported stolen in Norwich and police say the keys were left inside at the time.
The man was arrested Friday night.
WOODSTOCK - The Woodstock Police Service has responded to multiple reports of counterfeit money recently.
They're usually $100 bills and businesses are being advised to closely examine the cash they receive.
WOODSTOCK - Woodstock Police are investigating after a vehicle was vandalized in the James Street area.
The culprit keyed the side the vehicle, slashed the tires, smashed the windshield and stole a wallet from inside the vehicle Friday evening.
WOODSTOCK - Woodstock Police busted a couple of impaired drivers over the weekend.
A 43-year-old man was arrested Friday afternoon after officers spotted him slouching over his steering wheel on Wendy Calder Place.
A 56-year-old woman was charged hours later after officers spotted a vehicle swerving close to Vansittart Ave.