one charged but 'several' suspects still at large in year-old jewelry store heists - the jewelry store
More than a year ago, old people in Ottawa were accused of robbery at a jewelry store, but police asked the public to help them capture "several" suspects who are still at large.
Police said Derick Desir was charged with robbery, conspiracy, disguise and possession of weapons and assault with weapons.
He has been jailed for some unrelated charges and will appear in court on Wednesday for new charges. Staff-Sgt.
Michael Haarbosch of the robbery department asks people if they have any information about the person accused or other suspects, please contact them.
On December 23, 2015, three masked suspects smashed display cabinets in a jewelry store in the carlinwood Mall and fled with various items. On Jan.
2016, four masked suspects, one armed with a sledgehammer, smashed boxes at a jewelry store in Billings Bridge Mall.
The suspect is described as a black male between the ages of 18 and 22.
On January 2016, police released a video of the Carlingwood robbery and stills of the Carlingwood and Billings Bridge robberies.
Then on April 2016, they released a photo of a man who bought two sledgehammers in the South.
The day before the first robbery ended the hardware store.
Robbery units can be in 613-236-1222, ext. 5116.
Anonymous tips can be in 800-222-
8477 or download the Ottawa Police app.