Home invasion in Tilbury

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CKpoliceservicelogoThe Chatham-Kent police have arrested four men following an incident in Tilbury.
Early this morning, the four men attended a residence on Queen Street to speak with a man regarding the theft of a dog that occurred nine months ago. As the man answered the door, he was grabbed and forced into a vehicle. He was driven to a nearby parking lot and assaulted. The men let him go and continued to a residence on Canal Street. They forced their way into a residence and assaulted a man inside the home with a beer bottle. The men re-attended the Queen Street address where they entered, assaulted and threatened four different men.
Around 2:00 a.m. all four men were located and taken into custody in the Canal Street and Queen Street area.
None of the victims required medical attention.
A 28-year-old Tecumseh man, 28-year-old man of no fixed address, 26-year-old Comber man and 33-year-old Windsor man have all been charged with multiple offences including break and enter, forcible confinement, assault and uttering threats. They have all been held pending a bail hearing.

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