Two Suspects Arrested Following Break and Enter Sprees in Oakville


Halton Police have arrested two suspects following a series of recent nighttime break and enters that occurred in Oakville.

According to police, on June 15, 2019, a residential break and enter occurred on Golden Meadow Trail, Oakville, where a 2007 Hummer SUV and numerous credit cards were stolen. Police say the stolen credit cards were later used at several restaurants and stores in Burlington, Oakville, and Toronto. The Hummer SUV was recovered several days later Oakville.

 Then, on June 30, 2019, another overnight break and enter occurred at a residence on Granby Drive, Oakville.  This time a wallet, a purse, and a bottle of scotch whiskey were stolen. This same night, there was an unsuccessful attempt to break into a second home on the same street.

As a result of these two incidents, police initiated an investigation in efforts to identify the suspects responsible for these crimes. 

As a result of exhaustive canvassing for video and forensic examinations, investigators were able to identify Daniel Strigl (21) and Khalid Said (27), both of Oakville, as the suspects responsible for the June 15, 2019 crimes.  

Investigators also secured evidence identifying Strigl as the person responsible for the June 30, 2019, break-in.

On July 24, 2019, police arrested both the accused.  

Investigators also executed search warrants at both residences of the accused, resulting in the seizure of evidence linking them to the June 15 and June 30 crime sprees.

The accused are facing the following alleged charges. 

Strigl has been charged with:

  • Two counts of break and enter - commit theft
  • Attempt break and enter with intent
  • Theft of motor vehicle
  • Fraud
  • Fraudulent use of credit cards
  • Two counts breach of probation

 Said has been charged with:

  • Break and enter - commit theft
  • Theft of motor vehicle
  • Fraud
  • Fraudulent use of credit cards
  • Three counts breach of probation
  • Two counts of drive while disqualified

Both the accused were held in custody pending a bail hearing.

Anyone with further information is asked to contact D/Cst. Mary Tinebra of the 2 District Criminal Investigations Bureau at 905-825-4747 ext. 2258.   

Tips can also be submitted to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or through the web at

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