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Police Arrest Pair from Ingersoll in Stolen Vehicles

Police say they have arrested a man and a woman from Ingersoll after they tried to get away from a break and enter in stolen vehicles.

9/19/2018  - 5:30 a.m. UPDATE -  Oxford OPP have released an overnight statement revealing that the female who was arrested is alleged to have provided inaccurate information to officers at the time of her arrest. 

The female suspect has now been identified and a warrant is being sought for her arrest, with potential further charges. 

Oxford OPP apologizes for the error in original reports and for any inconvenience this may have caused those affected.  The investigation continues.

UPDATE: The OPP have confirmed to Heart FM that the original release from Police had the wrong name attached. We are still waiting for an official release from police on this matter, however we can confirm the woman who was originally mentioned in this article was not involved. We are expecting an updated release from the OPP this afternoon. 


Two people have been arrested and are facing multiple charges after a break and enter at a rural property on 31st Line, south of Road 92 in Zorra Township. 

When police arrived, the suspects fled. The man tried to get away in a stolen mini van, while the woman fled in green Utility Vehicle. OPP found the van a short while later on Thames Street in Ingersoll. OPP set up containment in the area and found the Utility Vehicle abandoned. The woman was arrested on foot a short while later. 

The van had been stolen from a home in Stratford, while the Utility vehicle was taken in another break and enter to a business on Road 92 in Zorra Township. Police also recovered stolen property inside the van. 

45 year old Robby Noel of Ingersoll was arrested. He faces the following charges. 

- Possession of Property Obtained by Crime-Under $5,000
- Possession of Property Obtained by Crime- Over $5,000
- Break, Enter a place - Commit Indictable Offence
- Dangerous Operation of Motor Vehicle
- Driving While Disqualified
- Fail to Attend Court
- Fail to Comply with Recognizance

Police also arrested a woman from Ingersoll who faces the following the charges. 

- Possession of Property Obtained by Crime-Under $5,000
- Break, Enter a place - Commit Indictable Offence
- Theft of Motor Vehicle
Both accused were held in custody for bail hearings in Woodstock. An investigation is ongoing. The OPP is asking residents to be vigilant in recognizing suspicious people or vehicles that are in your neighbourhoods. It is important for this information to get to police when the suspects may still be in the area.

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