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June 19 2017


During the past weekend the Six Nations Police Service investigated 4 reports of a male passing or attempting to pass counterfeit $100.00 U.S. bills.

On Saturday, June 17th, 2017, the male purchased gas at Townline Variety using one of the counterfeit bills.

On Sunday, June 18th, 2017, the male passed a counterfeit $100.00 bill at Bear Paw Variety. He then attempted to pass another counterfeit bill at Townline Variety but fled when police were called. The same male attended the Tim Horton’s in Ohsweken at 3 different times during the day. Each time he paid using a counterfeit $100.00 U.S. bill.

Police continue to investigate these incidents. Merchants are reminded to be cautious when presented with a U.S. bill of a $100.00 denomination.

Contact: Glenn M. Lickers
Chief of Police


On Thursday, May 18th, 2017, at 2:00 A.M., Six Nations Police received a report of an armed robbery at Lone Wolf Coffee, 1845 – 4th Line Road.

The suspect had fled prior to police arriving at the scene.

An employee had been confronted by a male armed with a shotgun. The suspect pointed the gun at the employee and demanded cash. The employee turned over an undisclosed amount of money to the suspect. The male then fled the scene on foot.

The suspect is described as 5’10, average build, late 20’s with a fair complexion. He was wearing a dark winter style jacket, gloves and a black ski mask. He was armed with what was described as a shotgun.

Anyone with information pertaining to this robbery is asked to contact the Six Nations Police Service or CRIMESTOPPERS.


Thank you to Six Nations Council for holding the First Responders Breakfast, held at the Six Nations Community Hall, for recognizing our communities emergency services.

First Responders Day 2017

Congratulations to Six Nations Police representatives who took part in the 3 mile walk, 5k and 10k run at the 35th Annual Brantford Rotary Classic held on Sunday 30th, 2017.