Suspects sought in Oakville gas station break-ins

Halton police are seeking the publics assistance in identifying those responsible for break-ins at two gas stations in Oakville on Oct. 28.

At approximately 11 p.m., two male suspects broke into the Pioneer Gas Station at 2451 Lakeshore Rd. W. by smashing the window to the front door of the store. The suspects targeted cash and cigarettes.

A short time later, suspects — believed to be the same two — broke into the Husky Gas Station at 630 Fourth Line. This time, the suspects rammed a late model silver Honda Civic into the front door of the gas station in order to gain access.

The first suspect is described as a white male with a thin build. He was wearing a brown plaid jacket with a yellow shirt worn underneath. He was also wearing a grey tuque, blue jeans and gloves.

The second suspect is described as a white male with a stocky build. He was wearing a dark jacket with the hood up, dark pants and dark gloves.

This investigation is ongoing, and anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to contact the 2 District criminal investigations bureau, Det. Omar Nadim, Oakville criminal investigations bureau, 905-825-4747, ext. 2278.

Tips can also be submitted to Crime Stoppers \”See Something? Hear Something? Know Something? Contact Crime Stoppers\” at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or on the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.ca.

Halton police are looking to identify a couple of suspects in a pair of gas station robberies in Oakville.

Police say around 11 p.m. Sunday, two men broke into the Pioneer Gas Station on Lakeshore Road West and stole a quantity of cash and cigarettes.

Then a short time later, police say the same suspects broke into the Husky Gas Station on the Fourth Line, where they rammed a late model silver Honda Civic into the front door before taking cash, cigarettes, and lottery tickets.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the 2 District criminal investigations bureau, Det. Omar Nadim, Oakville criminal investigations bureau, 905-825-4747 ext. 2278.

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