Kingston police investigate attempted tow lot robbery

Kingston, Ontario — October 8, 2015 — Police are calling on the public for information following a suspected break and enter at a Kingston towing impound lot. The Kingston Whig-Standard reports authorities were called to Jack’s Towing Service after the company’s pad-lock was cut and the impound was entered overnight on Sunday, October 4. Police visited the 840 John Counter Boulevard location on October 6. The Kingston Police Community Oriented Response and Enforcement unit’s Sgt. Darren Keuhl told the Standard there were signs that the suspect attempted to remove one of the stored vehicles, but they were unsuccessful. Anyone with any information pertaining to the incident is encouraged to contact the Kingston Police general investigations division by calling 613-549-4660.

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