The Regina Police Service is asking for the general public’s assist because it tries to unravel a daytime theft from a jewelry retailer within the Southland Mall on Tuesday.
In a media launch, police stated officers responded simply after 11 a.m., to the mall for a report of a theft. They had been advised a person walked into the shop, went to a show of gold chains on the again wall, grabbed a number of chains and stuffed them right into a bag.
After leaving the shop, the suspect went out a mall exit close to the Regina Public Library department. Police consider he obtained right into a cab, however solely went a brief distance earlier than getting out and operating off.
He’s described as being between 25 and 40 years outdated, about 5-foot-8 and 160 kilos, with darkish hair. He was sporting a toque, a gray hoodie and black pants.
Anybody with data is requested to name the Regina Police Service at 306-777-6364 or Regina Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.