Police are searching multiple suspects following a massive iPhone theft.
On Oct. 27 five suspects allegedly went to a Best Buy store in Burlington, located at 1200 Brant St., and stole ten iPhone valued at $15,510.00, according to police.
Police are describing the first suspect as a white female who is approximately 45-years-old, 5”5, with white/grey hair that was pulled back in a pony tail. Police say she was wearing a black shirt, white pants, and black knee boots.
The second suspect is being described as a white female, approximately in her mid-20s, 5”5, with long black hair. Police say she was wearing a pink sweater, a black undershirt, blue jeans, and black boots.
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According to police, the third suspect is described as a white, 5”10, male, who is approximately in his mid-30s, and has dark brown/red hair. Police say this suspect was wearing a black jacket, blue jeans, and white shoes with black laces.
The fourth suspect, according to police, is described as a white male, in his early-20s, and is about 5”10, with dark hair. Police say he was wearing a black hat with a white emblem on the side, and a light grey sweater with a dark grey line down the arm.
At this time there is currently no description for the fifth suspect.
Photo is courtesy of Halton Police.