A1 Security Crime of the Week

Sarnia Police are investigating three recent robberies that occurred at three local businesses.

The first robbery happened on September 28 at approximately 1:24 am at a business located in the 400 block of Exmouth Street. A lone male entered the store brandishing a knife. The brazen thief took a sum of cash from the till and fled the area but not before an image of him was captured on store security equipment.

He is described as a white male with a thin build, approximately 5′ 10″ tall. He was wearing a black balaclava, black hoodie, donning two different gloves; one was black with white markings, the other glove was yellow. He had on black pants and brown shoes. The photos of this bandit are found below.

The second robbery happened on October 15 in the 1100 block of London Line just after 5:30 AM. This Caucasian male is approximately 5′ 7″ with a slim build and was wearing a blue coat, black sweatshirt, navy pants and white flip flops. He entered the store, pushed the clerk towards the register and demanded money. Along with cash, this thief took several packages of cigars. Apparently, just before this robber entered the business, another customer was inside. The suspect waited until the customer left before committing his brazen act. Take a look at the image of this suspect depicted below.

The third robbery occurred on October 16 at approximately 4:08 AM in the 400 black of Trudeau Drive. This time, this criminal was carrying a knife while demanding cash and lottery tickets from the employee. No money was taken but the tickets were stolen. He was wearing a black hoodie, black ball cap and purple latex gloves. This offender left on a bicycle westbound on Confederation Street. His image was captured on the business security system.

You can be of great assistance to Sarnia Police and you could quite possible receive a cash reward for information you provide on any of these crimes. Simply call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or go on line at www.p3tips.com. Someone out there knows something about these incidents. Do the right thing and call Crime Stoppers!

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