High quality video footage will help identify B&E suspect.

Crime 100By Staff

April 5th, 2019



With good security cameras people suspected of criminal activity can be easily identified. If the person in the photograph is someone you know – the police would like to hear from you.

Detectives from the Halton Regional Police Service 2 District Criminal Investigations Bureau are seeking the identity of a male responsible for multiple daytime break and enter incidents. The entries occurred at apartment building storage areas at multiple locations across the region.

On February 12, 2019 the lone male suspect was observed on security camera entering an apartment building in the city of Burlington, by prying open the front door. Once inside the building, the male stole coins from a coin operated laundry machine.

On February 27, 2019 the same male suspect was observed inside two different apartment buildings in the Town of Oakville, where he also targeted coin operated laundry machine and a storage locker.

On March 1, 2019 the suspect targeted three separate apartment buildings in the Town of Milton, where he again targeted coin operated laundry machines.

BESuspect 2 April 5Suspect – Male, olive complexion, 25-35 years of age, slim to medium build, 5’10 – 6’3 with dark hair and dark facial hair.

He was wearing grey coloured pants, a unique black coloured bomber style vest/jacket with a white cursive written logo on the middle back and the word ‘FETL’ over the heart on the front, black shoes with white trim and dark coloured gloves with white writing on the back of the hand.

The suspect was also observed wearing a New York Jets toque during one of the occurrences.

Police are asking the assistance of the public in identifying the male and also looking for assistance in identifying the unique logo ‘FETL’ on the vest/ jacket.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact 2 District, Criminal Investigations Bureau, Detective Omar Nadim at 905-825-4747 ext. 2278.
Tips can also be submitted to Crime Stoppers “See Something? Hear Something? Know Something? Contact Crime Stoppers” at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), or through the web at www.haltoncrimestoppers.ca.

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3 comments to High quality video footage will help identify B&E suspect.

  • This is exactly what they needed to make sure that their security is foolproof. The old footage has such a bad quality that you could barely see only one in it or identify faces.

  • This is the primary reason I have been telling all of them to update the security cameras. We could barely see anything on the old cameras, so they are basically useless for security.

  • Steve

    Surveillance video should be at the very minimum, 1080p 30fps. Far better, to be, 1440p, or 4k @ 30fps. Anything less, is almost a waste of time.