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Kingston Police seeking help identifying suspects of break and enter in student district

Do you recognize these individuals?

Kingston Police is seeking assistance in identifying suspect of a break and enter on Nelson Street. The break in took place before October 29th and a wallet containing a credit card and cash was taken.

“Sometime prior to October 29 a Nelson Street residence belonging to a Queen’s student was broken into where their wallet with cash and a credit card was stolen,” the statement said.

According to police, the suspects had used the credit cards tap function several times at a Giant Tiger and then at a coffee shop. The suspects were caught on video at the Giant Tiger nearby. A male and female are wanted, however only the male’s face is visible.

The female was wearing a white hoodie while the male was wearing a red and blue hoodie. The male had dark hair with facial hair shaved in the chinstrap style.

Those with information are asked to contact Detective Andrew Wilby at 613-549-4660 ext. 6217 or via email at awilby@kingstonpolice.ca.

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