Break-in suspects using doorbells to check who's home
Ottawa police are warning residents of a string of daytime break-ins in the city's south end.
Two males are ringing doorbells "aggressively" and looking for homes where nobody is inside, said police in a news release Friday. If they break in, home alarm systems are being disabled.
If someone does answer the door, the pair has a prepared script that may include asking about items for sale.
Police said they're warning residents to be vigilant and notify police if they see someone suspicious in their neighbourhood.
You can contact Sgt. Mike Noonan of the East Division Break and Enter team at 613-236-1222 extension 3343, or Crime Stoppers at 613-233-8477.