Police seek for suspects after telephones stolen from Sahali enterprise – Kamloops Information

Police seek for suspects after telephones stolen from Sahali enterprise – Kamloops Information

Dozens of cellphones stolen

Kamloops Mounties are asking for the general public’s assist to establish two suspects after dozens of cell telephones have been stolen from a Sahali enterprise in an in a single day housebreaking final week.

In a information launch, Kamloops RCMP Cpl. Crystal Evelyn mentioned officers responded to a enterprise on the 1200-block of Summit Drive at about 2:30 a.m. on Wednesday.

Mounties discovered the entrance window of the enterprise had been smashed and several other cell telephones had been taken.

Video surveillance footage despatched to Castanet Kamloops by The Cellphone Depot reveals two people — one carrying darkish colored garments, and one other carrying what seems to be a camouflage hoodie — coming into the shop, eradicating cell telephones from glass cupboards and putting them in a backpack.

Evelyn mentioned later that day, among the telephones have been tracked to “a multi-residential handle” on the 700-block of Notre Dame Drive. In keeping with The Cellphone Depot, that handle was the shelter inside the previous Greyhound terminal.

“Sadly, the data was not relayed correctly to frontline officers on responsibility, and the lead investigator didn’t get the message till they returned to work a number of days later,” Evelyn mentioned in an announcement.

Evelyn mentioned police have seen video surveillance, and are distributing stills from the footage with a purpose to additional the investigation.

Because the police investigation is ongoing, Evelyn mentioned individuals ought to be cautious in the event that they need to purchase a used cellphone.

“As police work to proceed efforts to find the telephones, the general public is requested to please be cognizant of the place and who they buy used telephones from within the likelihood they might be stolen,” Evelyn mentioned.

Residents can test cellphone serial numbers earlier than shopping for second-hand telephones by calling their cellphone supplier or the Canadian Police Data Centre.

Anybody with info associated to the investigation is requested to contact the Kamloops RCMP Detachment.

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