Police seeking person of interest in business break-in

Sylvan Lake RCMP are asking for the public’s help in finding a person of interest in a break-in at a local business recently.

A series of stills from surveillance footage shows a man police say is a person of interest in at a break-in at a business office on Lakeshore Drive.

Sylvan Lake RCMP are asking for the public’s help in finding a person of interest in a break-in at a local business recently.

An ongoing investigation on the matter began on March 13, at which time police were called to break and enter at a business office on the 5100 block of Lakeshore Drive.

Police say a man shown in surveillance video was present around the time the crime happened, and are now seeking the public’s help in identifying him.

The man is described as a Caucasian male around five feet nine inches and five feet 10 inches tall with a shaved bald head. He’s said to have a stocky build and weigh around 170 pounds.

At the time of the incident, he was wearing blue jeans, a baseball cap and a blue winter coat.

Police would like to speak with anyone who might be able to identify the man. Those who might be able to do so are asked to contact Const. Mike Lee of the Sylvan Lake RCMP detachment at 403-858-7200.

Alternatively, tips can be left anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

Information leading to an arrest, charge and conviction could result in a cash reward.

 

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