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Calgary police looking for 2 break-and-enter suspects

A police vehicle is seen at Calgary Police Service headquarters in Calgary on April 9, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

Calgary police officers are looking for two men who are believed to be involved in several break-and-enter incidents that occurred last month in Calgary and Red Deer.

According to a Calgary Police Service release on Tuesday, six commercial break-and-enters were reported to police between April 2 to April 12. Police said the same two suspects were allegedly responsible for each incident.

CPS also said the two suspects are allegedly responsible for a break-and-enter at a jewelry store in Red Deer.

Officers said the two suspects targeted businesses that sold high-end jewelry, bicycles and tools. The two men allegedly used a stolen white Mercedes-Benz van during each of the incidents, which police have since recovered.

The first suspect is described as around 40 to 60 years old, between five-feet-10-inches and six feet tall and around 220 pounds with a medium build. Police said he has light-coloured or grey medium-length hair with slight balding.

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The second suspect is described as around 20 to 30 years old, between five-feet-six-inches and five-feet-nine-inches tall and around 170 pounds, with a slim build. Police said he has brown hair and a beard.

Calgary police officers are looking for two men who are believed to be involved for several break-and-enter incidents that occurred last month in Calgary and Red Deer.
Calgary police officers are looking for two men who are believed to be involved for several break-and-enter incidents that occurred last month in Calgary and Red Deer. Calgary Police Service
Calgary police officers are looking for two men who are believed to be involved for several break-and-enter incidents that occurred last month in Calgary and Red Deer. Calgary Police Service

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