Police seeking public’s assistance with suspicious incident

By Lindsay Advocate

The Kawartha Lakes Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance with a suspicious incident in Lindsay.

On the 11th of July, at about 12:30 pm an unknown person entered a retirement community located at 4 Heritage Way, Lindsay.

The suspect entered several apartments, and was encountered by residents in several of the dwellings.

When confronted the suspect claimed they were looking for their grandmother to provide a Covid-19 test.

It is unknown at this time if the suspect has stolen any goods from the apartments entered.  Below is a photo of the person who the police are trying to identify.

Anyone with information regarding this incident or the suspect is asked to contact Det/Cst Bell at the Kawartha Lakes Police Service at 705 324 5252.


  1. P. Williamson says:

    Why are owners/residents leaving their unit doors unlocked? Unit door should be locked at all times, even when inside unit.

  2. Colleen says:

    Many residents in my building also leave their doors unlocked because PSW’s , pharmacy deliveries, meals on wheels or many other services come a knockin everyday, sometimes as much as three times a day so door is usually only locked at night..( I hope ) so the correct answer is laziness…my neighbor used to leave her door unlocked…until a very high junkie wandered in,sat herself down and refused to leave…said door is now kept locked at all times

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