Identity sought of man and woman connected to recent retail theft in Oakville

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Published June 25, 2024 at 3:02 pm

Ontario, Oakville, police, theft, LCBO, identity, retail

The public’s assistance is being required in helping identify a man and woman Halton Regional Police allege are responsible for multiple thefts in Oakville and surrounding areas.

Police are investigating an incident on May 14, 2024 where they allege a male and female entered the LCBO store, located at 321 Cornwall Road, at approximately 4:29 p.m. and left without paying for products.

“The female suspect selected products from the display and concealed them in her purse and jacket, while the male suspect selected products and concealed them in his side bag and jacket pockets,” say Halton police.

The man and women then walked out of the LCBO without paying for the items.

Police allege the male and female are also responsible for other thefts in neighbouring areas.

The female is described as black, five-foot-six with a small build and between 25-30 years old. She has brown eyes and a hairstyle consisting of long dreads.

She was wearing white tights and a white top inside a faded, black short jean jacket with silver buttons on the front. She also had white runners on and a baseball cap.

The male is described as black, five-foot-nine with a medium build and between 30-40 years old. He had brown eyes and black hair with a moustache and beard.

He was wearing a black rain-jacket with a hood, light-blue jeans, and a dark grey shirt inside with a hexagon pattern. He was also sporting white and Jordan-type running shoes with black laces and was carrying a black side bag.

Anyone with information on this case is asked to call police at 905-825-4747. Tips can also be submitted anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or through their website at www.haltoncrimestoppers.ca.

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