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Two suspects sought after breaking into Prince George mail boxes, storage room

Man, woman stole $1,000 worth of items from August incident

Prince George police are turning to the public for help in finding a pair of thieves from a break-and-enter at the end of August.

According to RCMP, a man and a woman were caught on camera from the incident and were believed to have broken into mail boxes and a storage room at an apartment building located near Highway 97, staving off with approximately $1,000 in stolen items.

Mounties received the report on Sept. 3 of the Aug. 30 morning incident when two suspects appeared to break into the building at 3600 15 Ave. and took several items, including:

  • Red toolbox
  • 100-foot red/black extension cord
  • Backpack vacuum
  • Ryobi brand vacuum
  • Assorted cleaning supplies

Police have released photos of the suspects, seen in the above gallery; the woman is described as:

  • Indigenous
  • 20 to 30 years old
  • Brown hair, but may have been dyed lighter
  • Wearing…
    • A black hoodie
    • Red bandana over her nose and mouth
    • Tight light coloured pants
    • White Adidas brand running shoes
    • Black shoulder bag

The man is described as:

  • Heavy set
  • Wearing…
    • Orange hoodie
    • Black mask
    • Grey ball cap
    • White sunglasses
    • Grey sweatpants
    • Black running shoes
    • Grey backpack
Anyone with more information is asked to call Prince George RCMP at 250-561-3300, anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or go online to www.pgcrimestoppers.bc.ca.