The Regina Police Service is asking for information from the public to assist in its investigation into a Break and Enter that occurred at a jewellery store sometime during the night of November 25-26th.
On November 26, 20-14 at 4:35 a.m., police were dispatched to an alarm call at a business in the 3600 block of Quance Street. Patrols units arrived and immediately conducted an area search to try to locate possible suspects. This search was unsuccessful. The business owner/manager arrived to give police access to the store. Preliminary investigation indicates two males entered the business through the front doors and smashed the glass on six display cases, taking the contents, estimated to be worth tens of thousands of dollars.
Suspect # 1 is described as: male, face covered; wearing blue jeans; a black sweater with a green and yellow logo (possibly a skull) on the front; grey hoodie under the sweater; hat with the black peak; dark gloves; black shoes with a white sole; carrying a tan duffle bag.
Suspect # 2 is described as: male, face covered; wearing black pants; black sweater with a large white logo on front and light coloured sleeves and hood; black hat; red gloves; dark coloured shoes; carrying a black and white duffle bag.
An image from video surveillance showing the suspects available at www.reginapolice.ca
Police are asking anyone with information that could help in this investigation to contact the Regina Police Service at 306-777-6500 or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Members of the public are also reminded that, if they are offered jewellery, or any other merchandise, at a greatly reduced price and in a location other than a business premise, it could be an indication that someone is trying to sell stolen property. Persons in possession of stolen property could themselves become the subject of investigation. In such a situation, report your suspicions to police.