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Weekly Media Release
From Monday, March 11th  2019 through March 17th 2019 the Cobourg Police Service responded to 164 Occurrence’s including; 16- 911 calls, 10 Alarm ...Full Story
Monday, March 18
Female Arrested on Warrant
The Cobourg Police Service has arrested a female on an outstanding arrest warrant. On Sunday  the 17th day of March 2019, at approximately 3:30pm, ...Full Story
Sunday, March 17
Male Arrested for Faud
The Cobourg Police have charged a male after responding to a report of a fraud at a local drug store that occurred on March 2nd 2019. Police ...Full Story
Friday, March 15

Visit the Anti-Fraud Centre

The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre provides a wide array of varied and valuable information related to different types of Frauds and how you can protect yourself or report a fraud.

Make sure to visit this site on a regular basis to remain aware of the ever-changing variety of frauds that take place.

http://www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.ca/english/index.html
Phishing Scam Video

The Cobourg Police Service has been provided with a video to share related to Internet "Phishing" Scams.  The video was provided by the Midland Police Service.  Click Here for the video!

 


 

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