Police seek help identifying theft suspect

Image Credit: SOURCE/Crime Stoppers

Penticton RCMP and Crime Stoppers is asking for public help identifying a suspect who may have broken into Bell World in Penticton Feb. 25.

Stolen from the business were three iPhones, a Samsung Galaxy and Sony Xperia valued at $3,000. The man captured by security cameras was driving a small silver car, believed to be a newer Chevrolet Cavalier.

He was wearing either a black or navy blue hoodie with white writing down the left sleeve, blue jeans, white runners, red gloves and a red bandana.

Anyone with information on the person responsible for this crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or www.southokanagancrimestoppers.ca.

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