Suspect doesn't appear to understand gas stations have security cameras.

Crime 100By Staff

August 25th, 2017



Police in Burlington are seeking assistance from the public to identify one person responsible for forcing entry into a vehicle, stealing items including a wallet and later using stolen credit cards at several businesses in the Hamilton area.

Overnight between August 12th to 13th 2017, the suspect forced open the driver’s door of a vehicle on Angus Court, in Burlington to gain entry. Once inside, the suspect rummaged through the glove-box and removed the vehicle owner’s wallet.

Shortly after 8:00 AM on August 13th 2017, the suspect used the stolen credit cards at a Pioneer Gas Station near Woodward Avenue and Barton St in Hamilton.

Suspect:  white male, 25-35 years of wearing a New England Patriots baseball cap, black t-shirt and black shorts.

Theft suspect 1

Someone is going to recognize this young man – Hopefully it will not be his Mother.

Suspect 2

Close up of the suspect.

Theft from autos continues to be a concern in Burlington and police would like to remind the public to ensure their vehicles are locked and avoid leaving valuables inside and/or in plain view. Police also encourage citizens to report any suspicious persons.

Anyone who can identify this suspect are encouraged to contact Detective Constable Tyler Freeman of the Burlington Criminal Investigations Bureau – Residential Crime Team at 905-825-4747 Ext. 2363. Tips can also be submitted to Crime Stoppers “See something, Hear something, Say something” at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), through the web at, or by texting “Tip201” with your message to 274637 (crimes).

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1 comment to Suspect doesn’t appear to understand gas stations have security cameras.

  • steve

    Suspect knows just where to go to find cheap gas. That station almost always has the cheapest gas in town.