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 or [email protected]. Any information can be provided anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or leave an anonymous tip online at www.p3tips.com.
On Friday, September 24, 2021, between 7:00 p.m.- 7:10 p.m., a male and female entered the Zehr’s located at 11 Bryne Drive and proceeded to selectively fill a shopping cart with just over $100 worth of cookies, pop, chips, beer, and candy. The suspects bagged the selected items and made their way to the exit without paying and left the store.
The male suspect is described as approximately 6″0, average build, 30 years of age, short brown hair, wearing a white long sleeve shirt and black shorts. The female suspect is described as approximately 5″6, thin build, 30 years of age, dark hair, wearing a black zip-up hoodie, grey shirt, black spandex, and black running shoes.
Please email Constable Zohr at [email protected] if you recognize or know these suspects.
Sometime overnight between September 8-9, 2021, an unlocked vehicle was entered while it was parked on Maple Avenue and a quantity of property that included a mobile device, a pair of Air Pods, 2 pairs of prescription glasses, and a grey/black Under Armour gym bag that contained clothing and shoes was stolen.
The next morning after realizing the theft, the victim messaged his stolen phone in an attempt to reacquire the stolen property. The suspects returned the message and a meet was arranged at the Circle K located at 151 Bayfield St. After paying three suspects a quantity of money, he was able to get his mobile phone and some clothing back, but the other items were not returned.
Although this approach was rather unique, police do not recommend people to arrange meetings with suspected thieves as this could potentially result in a dangerous outcome.
Surveillance video did however clearly capture the image of an involved female suspect who is described as female, with dark hair in a bun, glasses, and in her 30’s.
If you recognize this person, please email Constable Ford at [email protected].
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