On Oct. 26, the victim attended the vehicle, which was parked near Cundles Street East, and noticed a window had been broken. Once the victim realized bank cards were among the items taken, they notified appropriate financial institutions. Unfortunately, several cards had already been used at stores throughout the city.
Officers are now searching for a male suspect, in his 40s or 50s, with brown hair. Police say he was seen wearing a black hoodie with a Deadpool logo, black track pants with a Blue Jays logo, a black and grey hat and black and white running shoes.
The suspect is described as a white man, 45 to 55 years old, with brown hair. He wore a black hooded sweater with a Deadpool symbol, black track pants with a Toronto Blue Jays logo, black and grey hat and black and white running shoes. He drove an older model black GMC Yukon with roof racks.
Anyone with information on this incident can contact police at 705-725-7025, ext. 2705, or [email protected] Tips can also be submitted anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at p3tips.com.
NEWS RELEASE BARRIE POLICE SERVICE ************************ Barrie Police are looking to identify a male suspect after personal items were stolen from a vehicle at a Cundles St. E. business and various financial cards were used.
On the morning of Friday, October 26, 2018, the victim returned to their vehicle to discover a window had been broken and various personal items had been stolen. Once the victim discovered the missing items included financial cards, they contacted their financial institutions to cancel the cards. Unfortunately, several cards had already been used at various stores throughout the City of Barrie that morning.
Investigating officers are asking anyone who may have information to please contact Constable M. Hoare of the Barrie Police Service at 705-725-7025 ext. 2705 or [email protected] Any information can be provided anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or leave an anonymous tip online at www.p3tips.com.
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