The Timmins Police Service has enlisted the help of Crime Stoppers to help solve a break and enter. Now we need your help.
Sometime between midnight on the 22nd of October and 9 am the 23rd of October, this year, an unknown person had broken into a restaurant in the northeast area of the city of Timmins.
After forcing their way into the restaurant the thieves removed an undetermined amount of cash and a removable safe. Additionally, the thieves had taken some electronics that belonged to one of the staff members at the restaurant.
The CCTV system captured two suspects, both male who are responsible for the crime.
Suspect number one was wearing a hooded white plaid ski coat, white ball cap and carrying a black back pack.
Suspect number two was wearing a dark coloured coat and a ball cap and was smoking a cigarette while committing the theft.
Crime Stoppers encourages you to visit timminspolice.ca to view these suspects.
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