Witness 2,000 km away reports crime
BROOKLIN, Ont. — Police in Ontario say they’ve made an arrest after hearing from a witness who was 2,000 kilometres away from the scene of an alleged crime. Durham regional police say they began investigating after a Toronto-area homeowner who is vacationing in Florida tipped them to a suspicious vehicle in her driveway. Officers went to the Brooklin, Ont., home on Thursday morning after the woman — who was looking at her security cameras online — reported the suspicious vehicle and provided a full licence plate number.
When police arrived at the home of the vehicle’s registered owner, they saw it pull into the driveway, then speed off.