Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Witness thwarts possible home burglary attempt and a wallet vanishes

By Isaac Olson
When a witness intervened on February 11, two burglary suspects fled the scene of the potential crime, according to Station 9 constable Marie-Christine Nobert.

The incident took place at around 1:40 pm on McMurray Ave. just south of Kildare Rd. A witness saw two suspects on the street in front of the residence and then they walked to the side of the house. The witness saw the suspects stop near a window, Nobert explained, and decided to intervene. The witness opened his window and asked them what they were doing.

Rather than answering, they fled the scene.

Suspect number one and two are both described as a white males around 20 years old and wearing a hooded sweatshirts.

Wallet vanishes, suspect sought
A Decarie Square visitor’s wallet vanished on February 7 at around 1:20 pm.

The suspect entered a clinic located in Decarie Square, Nobert explained. While the victim was in a consultation with an employee of the clinic in another room, their wallet was stolen. The male suspect is described as black, about 34 years old, 5’9” tall and 180 pounds.

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