The Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS) is asking for the public’s help in identifying the people in the photographs below. If you have any information on the current location of anyone listed below, please contact the HRPS or Crime Stoppers.
The people in the photos below are of interest to police but may not be responsible for the criminal offences described.
Posted on Friday, May 22, 2020 12:00 AM
On August 14th 2019 this individual retrieved an item from the Real Canadian Superstore located at 171 Guelph Street in Georgetown returned it to a cashier without making a payment for the item and then used the refunded money to purchase other items.
Posted on Friday, May 15, 2020 12:00 AM
From May 4th to May 7th there have been four credit card thefts targeting elderly females at retail stores in the parking lot. The victim's are distracted and their credit cards are stolen from their purses. Other suspects had followed behind them in the retail store and obtained their PIN. Subsequently the suspects use the stolen credit cards for cash withdrawals and retail purchases.
May 4th victims were at Wal-Mart Longo's and Metro May 7th victim was at Shoppers Drug Mart.
Suspect One: Male...
Posted on Tuesday, May 05, 2020 12:00 AM
On Jan 23 2020, a wallet was stolen from the complainant at the Toronto Premium Outlet Mall at 13850 Steeles Avenue in the Town of Milton. Credit cards from the wallet was then used at various locations including Starbucks in the Toronto Premium Outlets and 2 other locations in Guelph (Cyber Computer Shop at 292 Stone Road West Guelph and Best Buy at 151 Stone Road West Guelph).
The female suspect is described as brown skin approximately 160-170lbs, 5'4'-5'7', heavier build, with a wide nose....
Posted on Monday, April 06, 2020 12:00 AM
On 22 FEB 2020, the victim lost her wallet in Burlington. The suspect located the wallet and made several purchases with her financial card along Fairview Street in Burlington.
Male suspect is described as: white 35 - 45 years old, thin build, 160-170 lbs, 5'7 to 5'9, grey/black goatee. Possible tattoo on left hand/ wrist.
Posted on Friday, January 10, 2020 12:00 AM
In December 2019, the suspect befriended the victim who suffers from an acquired brain injury. The suspect convinced the victim to withdraw a total of $1,900.00 from an undisclosed bank in the City of Burlington. Investigation by police determined that the victim believed he was paying for home renovations which never occurred.