Halton Police are searching for three suspects after merchandise was stolen from a Bulk Barn location in Burlington.
According to police, on May 27, 2019, three female suspects went to the Bulk Barn located at 4517 Dundas Street.
Police say the suspects stole merchandise valued at $135.00.
The first suspect is described as someone who is black, in their 20s, approximately 5’6”, and 170 pounds. Police say the suspect has black hair, brown eyes, and was wearing an Adidas zip-up sweater, black leggings, Nike sandals with white socks, a gray headband, and was carrying a black reusable bag.
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The second suspect is also described as someone who is black, in their 20s, approximately 5’5″, and 200 pounds. Police say the suspect has light brown hair, and was wearing a yellow one piece dress, a black Adidas zip-up, yellow slip on shoes, and was carrying a reusable black and white bag.
The third suspect is described as someone who is black, in their 20s, approximately 5’7″, and 190 pounds. Police say the suspect was wearing a black moose knuckle bomber coat, dark blue Adidas shorts, white slip on sandals, and was carrying a plastic bag.
Anyone with information pertaining to this incident is asked to contact Cst. N. Dabas #7915, Retail Theft Unit, 30 Division, 905-825-4747 Ext. 2351 or [email protected], or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.ca.
Photos are courtesy of Halton Police.