Thefts reported here Saturday

Fort Frances OPP is investigating several thefts reported Saturday night in the Christie Avenue North area.
Culprits were reported to have entered unlocked vehicles parked in the area. Police would like to remind the public to keep unattended vehicles locked at all times.
In other news, members of the OPP—along with community partners including the Emo Toy Library, Stratton Toy Library, United Native Friendship Centre, and the Gizhewaadiziwin Health Access Centre—conducted a child car seat clinic Friday afternoon in Emo.
Of the 45 seats inspected at Emo Sales and Service, 44 failed to meet the requirements set out by the inspectors. They were corrected as a results of the inspection.
And Fort Frances OPP continued its “Policing for Results” survey over the weekend, seeing a total of 92 surveys completed as of today.
Volunteers are aiming to get 370 completed by mid-November.
The anonymous survey is being conducted from 7-9 p.m. on weekdays and between noon and 8 p.m. on weekends.
The purpose of the survey is to assess the existing services and programs under the OPP here, and assist police in planning for the future of policing in the community.