The Barrie Police Service is looking for the assistance of the public in identifying these persons in relation to a number of ongoing investigations.
If you have any information, please contact our Alternate Response Unit at 705-725-7025 x2150. Any information can be provided anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or leave an anonymous tip online at www.p3tips.com
After filling his basket with electric shavers and toothbrushes, as well as carrying a boxed Medela Freestyle Flex breast pump, this suspect was observed walking past all cashiers without making any attempt to pay for his items.
After exiting the store, the male was confronted by the store’s Loss Prevention Staff and dropped the basket full of items. He managed to keep ahold of the breast pump (valued at almost $500) and fled in a dark vehicle, possibly a Honda Civic. Anyone with information can also contact Cst. P. Matte at 705-725-7025 x2557 or [email protected].
Occurrence #: BA21000810
The suspect was observed with a bottle of alcohol concealed in his clothing. When asked to remove it, he did so and returned the bottle. Upon viewing surveillance footage, it was determined that additional bottles were concealed in the bag being carried. The male left without making any attempt to pay for the remaining items.
Occurrence #: CL20001439
On January 10, 2020, an unlocked motor vehicle on Jeffrey St. afforded a thief the opportunity to obtain a set of keys and a wallet. Credit cards in the wallet were then fraudulently used at three convenience stores in the northeast of Barrie totaling almost $300. Surveillance video from another residence on Jeffrey St. has been located and the suspect sought is described as: male, approximately 5’8”, wearing a green winter jacket over a black winter jacket, black gloves, pants and a black face covering, black/ white ball cap (White Sox), white / black running shoes and carrying a red ROOTS cloth shopping bag. Anyone with information can also contact Cst. G. Schaus at 705-725-7025 Ext. 2511 or [email protected].
Occurrence #: BA21001673
On Saturday, January 2, a male entered the Tim Hortons located at 80 Bayfield Street.
The male’s Tim Card would not work, and he became upset and exited the store slamming the entry door so hard he damaged the bottom window panel.
Occurrence #: BA21000599