65 break and enters, 34 homes in 30 days in Mississauga and Brampton

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Published July 2, 2022 at 3:55 pm

Mississauga and Brampton residents are reminded to securely lock their doors and windows as 34 break and enters on homes are reported to have happened in the last 30 days.

Peel Regional Police crime mapping data shows that 65 incidents of break and enter total occurred in the region between May 31 and June 29.


34 of those incidents took place at a home or residence and the remaining 31 incidents happened at construction sites, restaurants, stores, apartments, offices, schools or pharmacies.

Peel regional police crime data map showing the location of 65 break and enters in 30 days.

Peel Regional Police crime data map showing the location of 65 break and enters that have occurred in the past 30 days.

Peel police say residential break-ins are typically crimes of opportunity.

Burglars will target certain homes based on what they look like such as a property that does not appear to be maintained or “lived-in”.

Corner lot homes could also be considered easier targets as well as homes that back onto parks and other open spaces.

Peel Regional Police have these recommendations for residents on how to maintain a safe home:

  • Ensure that shrubs and hedges around your property are maintained to have clear lines of sight to all accessible windows and doors
  • Keep garage and screen doors locked, even while at home
  • Get to know your neighbours and join forces by looking out for each other’s properties
  • Consider installing a second locking device for your windows and any sliding doors
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