Halton police aren’t the only ones looking for suspects linked to a popular brand of yoga wear in Burlington and Stoney Creek.
Detectives in Hamilton are searching for multiple suspects who broke into Moksha Yoga in Stoney Creek on Canada Day around 11:30 p.m. and made off with Lululemon merchandise.
Coincidentally, Halton police are also looking into the theft of Lulu gear but Const. Naresh Dabas says the incidents aren’t related.
“Right now there’s no link that we’re investigating with that particular B&E,” said Dabas.
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The Burlington case at Mapleview mall is a shoplifting incident.
“At this time, we don’t have a link,” said Dabas.
“We don’t know what will develop in the future.”
In the Stoney Creek case, three suspects – with their faces covered – used a hammer to break into the store at 270 Mud St. W., smashing the front glass door.
They entered the store and began stealing the clothing mainly Lulu items to the tune of $20,000 worth of merchandise.
The incident was captured on camera and originally shared on the Moksa Yoga public Facebook page.
The suspects – all adult men – are believed to have used a stolen vehicle.
There have been previous property crimes reported at this location and other Moksha Yoga locations, say police.
Detectives are investigating if the same suspects are involved in the other property crimes.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Lisa Chapman at 905-546-8936 or CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477.