Peace Regional RCMP is asking for the public’s help in identifying suspects involved in two shoplifting investigations.
Police say they responded to a shoplifting complaint in the 7900 block of 99th Avenue in Peace River on February 14th. Officials say security footage shows a woman leaving the store before paying for her items.
The woman is said to have fled on foot and was last seen getting into a dark Ford Escape with Alberta plates driven by a man. The woman is described as standing around 5’0″, weighing 120 pounds, with a light complexion and brown hair that looked lightened at the ends. She was last seen wearing a black sweater, blue jeans, tan knee-high boots, and dark-framed glasses.
The driver is said to be of average build, around 5’7″ and 150 pounds with a light complexion. He was last seen wearing a ball cap, dark jacket, a shirt with a white design or logo on it, blue jeans, and black shoes with white details.
The second incident happened in Grimshaw on February 23rd when police say they received a complaint about a theft from a shop located on 51st Street. Officials say the man was seen by several witnesses leaving the store without paying for his items.
He is described as having a medium build with dark brown or black hair and a light complexion. He was last seen wearing dark pants and a hoodie, a mask, and black and white shoes with a dark backpack. Police say he later switched to a yellow Champion brand sweater.
The RCMP is asking anyone who can identify any of the individuals involved in these incidents to contact them or Crime Stoppers.