Postal thefts uncovered: Some of the stuff recovered look like Christmas gifts.

By Staff

March 31, 2014


If you were expecting a parcel to get to you by mail – we can now tell you why it didn’t arrive.  The Halton Regional Police – 3 District Criminal Investigations Bureau teamed up with Canada Post Inspectors to conduct an investigation into thefts which occurred at the Canada Post Depot located at 1396 Guelph Line in the City of Burlington.  The Thefts involved mail parcels which had not yet been delivered.

Some of the property recovered by police look like Christmas gifts.  Suspect released on promise to appear.

As a result of the investigation, police have executed two search warrants and recovered stolen property with an approximate value of $8500.

Former Canada Post contract employee, Thomas Edmund DAVIS (32 yrs) of Burlington has been arrested and released on a Promise to Appear in Milton Court on April 16th 2014, charged with the following offences:

Break, enter & theft 
Theft of mail
Theft under $5000
Possession of property obtained by crime

 Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Constable Mark Urie of the 3 District Criminal Investigations Bureau at 905 825-4747 ext 2338 or Canada Post Customer Service at 1-800-267-1177

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