RCMP release Logan Lake theft suspect’s description
The image of a suspect in relation to a break and enter at Village Centre Mall in Logan Lake has been released by police.
Police suspect thieves cut phone lines and then broke into the Bargain Shop at the mall overnight on April 1 and 2 between 11:30 p.m. and 3 a.m.
Thieves took a safe, 70 cartons of cigarettes, small electronics such as iPods, MP3 players and cameras, as well as cash.
Logan Lake RCMP believe two or three people were involved.
The first is described as being caucasian, five feet seven to nine inches tall, short brown hair, 33 to 44 years old, and he was wearing a green military-style ball cap, dark jacket and pants at the time of the theft. The man is of average build.
He was the only suspect police could identify.
RCMP also released the identity of a vehicle that is believed to have been used in the crime.
It is a newer-model, dark pickup truck with a crew/extended cab and cab lights above the windshield and possibly a dual-rear suspension that has side marker lights.
The RCMP would like anyone who has information to identify the people or vehicle that were seen around Chartrand Avenue or Opal Drive when the offense took place.
Call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or contact the Logan Lake RCMP at (250)523-6222.