2:20 p.m. update
Guelph Police issued the following news release:
After a month long investigation into stolen property and drug offences in the area of Willow Road and Dawson Road, the (H.E.A.T) High Enforcement Action Team of the Guelph Police Service executed a search warrant at a Willow Road apartment earlier this morning.
Found in that apartment was large quantity of stolen property that included approximately 75 cell phones, numerous identity documents, bikes, bike parts as well as quantities of crystal methamphetamine and cocaine.
Four people were found inside this apartment, arrested and charged with numerous offences related to possession of that stolen property, drug trafficking, prohibited weapons and breach of undertaking and probation.
All those people were held in custody and will appear in bail court tomorrow. Further charges are pending once the sheer quantity of property found in the unit can be properly documented and identified.
If you have been the victim of a theft around your home or theft from auto in the last month and have not taken the time to report it, the Guelph Police Service wants to encourage you to make use of the CopLogic online reporting system that can be found on the Guelph Police website under Online Reporting.
8 a.m. original story
Guelph Police aren't saying why yet, but four people were arrested early this morning after police searched a west end apartment.
"Details of that incident are still forthcoming and a release will be coming later today," say police.
Apart from that, police note that 199 calls came in Tuesday — including minor thefts, building alarms, 9-1-1 calls, suspicious and unwanted persons, collisions, traffic enforcement — but nothing really newsworthy.