Do the police have your stuff? If you were robbed recently they just might have it.

Crime 100By Staff

November 25th, 2016



The police know your house was robbed – they’ve found your stuff and they have the criminals in custody – now they have to find you.

The Halton Regional Police Service, Burlington Criminal Investigations Bureau is appealing to residents to come forward to identify property following the November 3, 2016 arrest of two individuals in connection with multiple break and enters in the Burlington area.


Is this missing from your garage?

Investigation by officers has determined that the duo was active in the early evening and overnight hours, targeting property in driveways and garages.

Numerous items, which police believe to be stolen, were seized following the recent execution of a search warrant at a storage locker. Recovered property includes tools, bicycles and trailers.

In an effort to identify the rightful owners of the items, the Halton Regional Police Service has established a web page with photos for members of the public who may have been victims of theft fitting this description to visit and review.

The link to that site is:

A note of caution – the pages don’t always load very quickly

Any questions about the items shown should be directed to Detective Constable Mark Urie at 905-825-4747 ext. 2338 or

In the meantime, residents are reminded to always keep a record of property owned with serial numbers and/or something identifiable such as etching.

Karen ZABOLOTNY , 36, of Burlington and Ugo MAURO , 47, of Mississauga have been charged with several property related offences including Theft Under $5000, Break and Enter – Commit Theft, Possession of Property Obtained by Crime.

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