Police are seeking five suspects following a shoplifting incident at Toronto Premium Outlets in Halton Hills.
On March 10, 2019, according to police, five male suspects went to the Burberry store at Toronto Premium Outlets in Halton Hills (13850 Steeles Ave W.).
It is alleged that the suspects stole clothing valued at $3,585.00.
The first second, according to police, is described as being black, in their 20s, having a thin build, approximately 5’8″, and 150 pounds. Police say the suspect was wearing red Adidas track pants, a black coloured parka with a thick fur-trimmed hood, black gloves, and dark grey/black basketball shoes.
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The second suspect is described as someone who is black, has a thin build, and is 5’9″, and 160 pounds. Police say the suspect was wearing green-brown khaki pants, a black winter jacket, black basketball shoes with a red and white trim, and was carrying a large smartphone.
The third suspect is also described as someone who is black, in their 20s, and has a thin build, and is approximately 5’8″, and 150 pounds. The suspect was wearing a black puffer jacket, black denim pants, and white basketball shoes with a black trim.
The fourth suspect, police say, is described as someone who is black, with a thin build, and is approximately 5’6″, and 140 pounds. The suspect was wearing light wash denim pants, a heavy black parka with zipper detail and thick white fur trim on the hood, a black hoody, and black running shoes.
The fifth suspect, according to police, is described as someone who is black, has a thin build, and is around 5’6″, and 145 pounds. The suspect was wearing round thin framed eyeglasses, a lightweight black jacket, with a black Moncler hoody underneath, camouflage pants, and black basketball shoes.
If you have any information pertaining to this incident, contact Cst. N. Dabas #7915, Retail Theft Unit, 30 Division, 905-825-4747 Ext. 2351 or [email protected]. Or, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.ca.
Photo is courtesy of Halton Police.