Charge laid after $2,000 in baby formula stolen from Bradford store

Arrest made following April theft

A man is in custody after police say about two grand in baby food was swiped last Spring.

South Simcoe Police were called to a Bradford grocery store back on April 29th, 2019, with reports about $2,000 in baby formula had been stolen from the Holland St. location.

A warrant was issued for the suspect’s arrest. On Saturday, the South Simcoe Police were contacted by counterparts with Toronto’s police regarding the warrant, after a suspect was taken into custody there. A local officer went to the GTA to retrieve the 49-year-old North York suspect who has since been charged with theft.

Meanwhile, South Simcoe Police have charged a 19-year-old man with Driving Under Suspension, after an Innisfil traffic stop. An officer spied a vehicle travelling through Innisfil on Friday morning, claiming the front licence plate was painted over. The vehicle was stopped, while a check revealed the driver’s licence had been suspended. His vehicle was impounded for seven days.