| Posted: Saturday, Jul 05, 2014 06:00 am
The St. Albert Crime Stoppers Association is asking for your assistance in solving the following crimes:
Thefts from Target
On June 6, at approximately 8:15 p.m., an unknown male entered the electronics department at the St. Albert Target and proceeded to open an Xbox controller package, concealed the controller in his pocket and left the store. On June 10 the same male entered the store again, this time with a second male, took another Xbox controller and left without paying.
Both males appear to be Caucasian, in their late teens or early 20s, slender build with short brown hair. One male wore a red coat with a white logo on the back and a black baseball hat with a white logo on the front.
On June 8, at approximately 2:20 p.m., an unknown female entered the electronics department at the St. Albert Target and proceeded to take a Blu-ray player and a set of Sony headphones. The female concealed the items in her shoulder bag and exited the store without paying. The female has longer dark brown hair and was wearing a light blue or grey shirt, black tights and was carrying a red/dark pink shoulder bag.
St. Albert RCMP is looking for your help on these crimes. If you have any information about this or any incident, call the St. Albert RCMP at 780-458-7700, or if you wish to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). You do not need to reveal your identity.
Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display, call trace or tape any phone calls. If your information leads to an arrest, you qualify for a cash award up to $2,000. We want your tip, not your name.
You can text a message to CRIMES (274637). If reporting a crime in Northern Alberta, including St. Albert, start your message with TIP205. If reporting an Edmonton crime, start your message with TIP250. A response should follow within seconds that will give you an anonymous number to claim your possible reward. You may also submit information by logging onto: https://www.tipsubmit.com/ All information is strictly confidential and you do not have to reveal your identity.
Previous Crime Stoppers releases are available online through the Neighbourhood Watch website at www.eyewatch.info and may be accessed by clicking on the Crime Stoppers menu item.