police seek public assistance to identify jewelry store thieves - the jewelry store
The Ottawa Police Department is seeking public help to identify four people involved in at least two recent bombings --and-
Rob a jewelry store at the southern end of the city.
According to police, the first robbery took place at about 6: 00 in the evening. m. onOct.
When four suspects entered a jewelry store at the hazdean mall.
Smashed some display cabinets and robbed an undisclosed piece of jewelry.
They fled to a car parked nearby.
No one was injured.
A second robbery occurred at 2: 55 The next day. m.
When four suspects followed the same procedure at a jewelry store in Barrhaven greenbank road Plaza.
They fled with undisclosed quantities of goods.
Similarly, no one was injured.
Police investigators believe the two incidents were linked.
The suspects are described as black men, slim in their teens to twenties.
When the men tried to disguise themselves in the store, police said a suspect had a bandage or bandage on his right hand (see below).
Police said they also wanted to talk to a man at Barrhaven jewelore minutes before the suspect was arrested.
The police believe the man may have information to help with the investigation.
The man is described as a black male in his 30 s with short curly hair.
He was seen wearing blue jeans with a white belt and a blue jacket.
Anyone with information can call the Ottawa police robbery unit at 613-236-1222, ext. 5116.
Anonymous tips can be submitted by calling a crime blocking callfree at1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).