© Internet file photo
Internet image showing watch similar in style to the one missing from a Charlottetown break and enter Thursday.
Charlottetown Police Services reports for Friday, Sept. 27
Three antique watches are missing after a break and enter at a residence on Norwood Road.
The victim told police that someone forced their way into his apartment Thursday and took three silver watches, made by the Waltham Watch Company in the U.S. and by Crest, a Canadian brand from the past.
Anyone with information may contact police at 902-629-4172, or on Facebook at PEI Crime Stoppers, or by anonymous text via SMS by sending “TIP162” plus your message to (274637) CRIMES, or on the web at http://www.peicrimestoppers.com/, or toll-free phone to 1-877-222-8477.
In other police news Friday, Sept. 27, Charlottetown Police Services was conducting routine patrols early Friday morning on North River Road, at 2:11a.m., and saw a vehicle driving in an erratic manner.
After the vehicle was stopped, police arrested the driver, a 29-year-old Brampton, Ont.-area male, for impaired driving.
The accused man will be appearing in provincial court at a later date.
On Friday, Charlottetown Police Services responded to three motor vehicle collisions, none resulting in injury.
The department also received reports of people checking vehicles on Hunt Avenue overnight, and reminds residents to lock vehicles and remove anything of value.
The department also issued 16 Highway Traffic Act tickets, and one ticket under the Liquor Control Act on Friday.