Det.-Insp. Hughes speaks to local media regarding reports of an abduction in the Westfort area. Below is the original media release issued earlier today. ****** In the early morning hours of Sunday September 16, 2018 Thunder Bay Police Service responded to a call for service regarding a female who had been abducted in the Westfort […]
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Det.-Insp. Ryan Hughes speaks to local media about the recent report of shots fired in the 400 block of Picadilly Street. Below is the original media release issues earlier today. **** The Thunder Bay Police Service is on scene at a residence in the 400 block of Piccadilly Avenue investigating a report of shots being […]
CBC Superior Morning was live from the Thunder Bay Police Service this morning. We had a chance to talk about a number of interesting things. Thank you CBC Thunder Bay!
The victim of the Algoma Street homicide has been identified as David Hugh Sweeney, 59-years-old of Thunder Bay. His next of kin have been notified and the post mortem has been completed. Police continue to hold the residence on North Algoma Street as part of the ongoing investigation. Anyone with information about this homicide is […]
TBPS conducts internal survey of its members as the organisational change project gets down to work!
Making DQ Blizzards for a good cause on Miracle Treat Day 2018
Police have identified 31-year-old Amelia Corrie Sainnawap as the person found deceased on August 22, 2018 in the 100 block of Cumming Street. Her family has been notified of her death. The Thunder Bay Police Service is investigating this incident as a homicide. Police presence will remain high in the area as the investigation is […]
Associated Media Release Follows: The Thunder Bay Police Service is investigating a shooting incident which occurred early this morning that left bullet holes in the exterior of the residence located in the housing complex at 288 Windsor Street. The occupants inside the residence were not injured. The suspects are described as three black males wearing […]
n July we travelled to North Caribou Lake First Nation with representatives from the City of Thunder Bay, Fort William First Nation and Thunder Bay Police Service Board. This visit came nearly a year after those parties signed a Friendship Agreement with the leadership of North Caribou Lake. This video explains in greater detail what […]
This PSA was launched in conjunction with an information blitz by the Thunder Bay Police Service Traffic Unit in regards to the move over law and how it applies to tow trucks on the side of a roadway with its flashing amber lights on. The information blitz will be followed by increased enforcement of the […]
If you see a bear, do you know who to call? When should you call the Ministry of Natural Resource’s Bear Wise line and when should you call 911? This PSA, originally created in the summer of 2017, aims to answer that question.