1.1M in gold stolen from Ontario home
Provincial police are asking for the public's help in their investigation into the theft of gold bars and coins in central Ontario earlier this year.
Police say gold bars and coins worth about 1.1-million dollars and approximately four-thousand dollars in American currency was reported missing from a home in Cramahe Township on April 28th.
They say they believe the theft occurred sometime during that month.
Police are asking anyone with information to contact them.
Our food transactions are becoming more digitalized. According to a recent survey by Payments Canada, 42% of consumers use cash fewer than four times a month when purchasing food.