Assistance Needed to Identify Robbery Suspects

Assistance Needed to Identify Robbery Suspects


Mississauga – Investigators from the Central Robbery Bureau are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying four suspects, who are responsible for two separate jewelry store robberies in the Mississauga area over the past two months.

Both locations had security mechanisms in place, however, the suspects would have the victims open the double secured doors on the pretense of being customers. After gaining entry into the store, two other suspects followed in behind, breaking jewelry cases and taking the jewelry.

The victims did not sustain any physical injuries in either occurrence.

The suspects are described as:

Female, Hispanic or South Asian, 5’2” – 5’4”, approximately 150 lbs, with long brown hair and light highlights. She appears to be in her mid-20’s, with a medium to heavy build. She was last seen wearing light cream sweater blouse, brown and cream scarf, dark dress pants and shoes.

Male Hispanic or South Asian, 5’10”, 170 lbs, with short black curly hair, very short on the sides, small black goatee, medium build and in early to mid-20’s. He was last seen wearing slim fitting red dress shirt, slim fitting dark dress pants and dark dress shoes.

Male, unknown race, tanned skin, 5’6”, 150 lbs, camouflage hat and mask, gray t-shirt over long sleeve black t-shirt, dark pants, white and black running shoes, gloves, and carrying a yellow handled hammer.

Male, black, medium skin tone, 5’10”, 170 lbs, slim build, wearing a black ball cap with an unknown logo and a grey brim, with a white mask covering the lower part of his face, black golf shirt, dark blue jeans, black runners with white sole, carrying a yellow handled hammer and blue clothes hamper.

Male driver of suspect vehicle, no description

The suspects, who first made contact with the store owners, were captured on store surveillance equipment.

Investigators from the Central Robbery Bureau are asking anyone who witnessed the incident, before or after, or who may have information about this matter, to call them at (905) 453-2121, ext. 2133. Anonymous information may also be submitted to Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or by visiting Information leading to the identification of the suspect may qualify for a cash reward.

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