February 9, 2017 1:27 pm

3 charged after boxes of ‘Roll Up the Rim to Win’ cups stolen from Ontario Tim Hortons

Eduardo Lima / File / The Canadian Press

Police have charged three people, including a former employee, after boxes of Tim Hortons “Roll Up the Rim to Win” cups were stolen in Belleville, Ont.

Belleville police responded to a report of a break-and-enter and theft from a storage facility at the restaurant located on Wallbridge Loyalist Road in the city’s north end on the evenings of Jan. 30 and Jan. 31.

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Police said numerous boxes containing the cups were stolen over the two nights and a former employee was arrested and charged with theft under $5,000 and two counts of break-and-enter and theft.

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Steven Seaborn, 19, of Stirling, Ont. surrendered to police on Feb. 2. Police said he was positively identified through security camera footage at the building.

On Tuesday, police said a 17-year-old male suspect from Belleville was arrested and charged with one count of break-and-enter and theft. He cannot be identified due to the provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act.

A third suspect, identified by police as Alexander Leonard of Belleville, turned himself in to police on Wednesday and was arrested and charged with one count of break-and-enter and theft.

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The three suspects were released with future court dates on March 16.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Det.-Sgt. Brad Lentini at 613-966-0882 ext. #2224, blentini@police.belleville.on.ca or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.


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