Property Inquiries - City of St. Thomas Police Service

By: City of St. Thomas Police Service  09-12-2011

Property Inquiries (Bicycles, Lost, Stolen, Recovered Property)

Special Constable Lisa Johnson, the Property Officer for the St. Thomas Police Service, is available at Police Headquarters - 30 St. Catharine Street, St. Thomas - for property inquiries each weekday - Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. If you are unable to attend the station during these hours, please contact Special Constable Johnson at 519-631-1224 extension 287 to make alternative arrangements.


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