Police Seek Public Help in Dairy Queen Incident in Cornwall Ontario – #CCPS APRIL 30, 2015

Police Seek Public Help in Dairy Queen Incident in Cornwall Ontario – #CCPS APRIL 30, 2015

CCPS LOGOPUBLIC ASSISTANCE

 

Cornwall, ON – On Saturday April 25th, 2015 the Cornwall Community Police Service investigated a complaint at the Dairy Queen located on Pitt Street. Investigation revealed that at approximately 7:00pm someone discharged an offensive substance that caused discomfort to staff and patrons.

The Cornwall Community Police Service is asking anyone that might have information about this crime or any other crime to contact Cst. Huygen at 933-5000 ext 2785 or ext # 2404 to leave anonymous information.

2 Responses to "Police Seek Public Help in Dairy Queen Incident in Cornwall Ontario – #CCPS APRIL 30, 2015"

  1. David Oldham   May 4, 2015 at 9:12 AM

    Stink bombs(sulfur)were common when I was growing up. Amusing to some irritating to others, but life threatening or requiring the resources of highly trained security personnel, I think not.

    No injuries, nothing harmful detected, just much to do about nothing.

    Let’s deal with real problems and leave teenage pranks alone unless truly warranted. Most people manage to grow up just fine.

    Anyone have any good streaking stories?

  2. admin   May 4, 2015 at 9:20 AM

    Streaking was so 70’s 🙂

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