Public’s help sought in finding rightful owner of stolen war medals found in Kitchener

Waterloo Regional Police say they are looking for the owner of three World War II Armed Forces service medals after they were recovered from a recent arrest.

According to the police, officials were called to a house near Thaler- and Kinzie-Alleen at around 10:30 p.m. on Monday evening because of a reported break-in.

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According to the police, the officers found a man in the house. The suspect then walked away, but they quickly caught up with him and shackled him.

Investigate a rupture and enter Kitchener, which occurred on October 17th, 2021.

The police captured three service medals from the armed forces of World War II.

Anyone with information on the rightful owner of the medals is asked to call the police or @WaterlooCrime.


– Waterloo Regional Police (@WRPSToday) October 18, 2021

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Police say they also confiscated breaking and entry tools, identification documents, and loads of suspected fentanyls, as well as the three service medals.

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A 45-year-old Kitchener man faces numerous charges, including breaking and entering with intent to commit a criminal offense, possession of burglary tools, possession of stolen identification documents, and possession of drugs.

The police are asking anyone who may be able to identify the rightful owner of the medals to call 519-570-9777 or Crime Stopper at 1-800-222-8477.

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