August 9, 2018 11:58 am

Police release video of woman wanted after several break-ins at Kingston home

Kingston police have released security footage originally released by a home owner, who says the woman in the footage allegedly tried to break into their home several times.

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Kingston police are asking for the public’s assistance to identify a person who was allegedly involved in a break-in on Bagot Street early Sunday morning.

According to police, this home has been the target of a number of incidents lately.

CKWS spoke with the owner of the home, who wished to remain anonymous because they fear they’re being targeted.

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In a Reddit post, the owner says that the person in the video below allegedly entered their home on a previous date while the family was sleeping and stole from them.

“There is now a sense of terror that this person has now entered our house with keys removed from site,” the post read.

After several alleged break-ins, the owner of the home said they became fed up and installed several cameras and changed the locks.

The footage below, taken from the owner’s security camera, shows a woman dressed in jogging garb, who tried a key in the home’s lock, and when it doesn’t work, she walks off quickly.

Kingston police did not respond for further comment.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Jason Alblas at 613-549-4660 ext. 6267 or via email at jalblas@kingstonpolice.ca.

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