The miniseries film crew will take to the streets of Cambridge in early November

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CAMBRIDGE – The streets of Cambridge will soon be the scene of a miniseries set in the aftermath of a burglary.

The “Culprits” series will be filmed in various parts of Galt, Hespeler and Preston from November 2-3, Invest Cambridge, the city’s economic development department, announced Friday. Preston will be the main filming location.

The series follows those involved in a burglary after they split up but are the target of a killer.

Here are the filming areas to watch out for:

Galt

Filming in Galt will only take place on November 2, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. outside City Hall. The roads will not be impacted, but 35 spaces in the parking lot of the town hall will be used. Forty spaces north of Wellington Lot, 20 spaces north of Lot 1 on Water Street and four spaces on Cambridge Street will also be affected.

Access to the staff entrance on the east side of the building will be limited during holds.

Hespeler

Filming at Hespeler will also take place on November 2.

Queen Street East between Adam and Tannery Street will close once in the morning and once in the evening, for one hour at a time. Police will oversee the closures.

The shooting of Hespeler will be carried out by a smaller “dissident unit”, the city said in a statement.

On-street parking and private parking areas will be affected.

Preston

The series will be shot in Preston over the two days near the Bizikleta Cycling Store at 634 King St. E.

Most of the filming will be done indoors, with some scenes being shot on the sidewalks.

Outside of rush hour, there will be intermittent stops on King Street between Argyle Street North and Westminster Drive.

The film crew’s base camp will be at Riverside Park.

The team will park at Saint-Clément Church at 745 Duke Street, with a limited number of on-street parking spaces in the filming area.

Four spaces in the Argyle Street lot and 30 spaces in the Westminster lot will be designated for production.


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