Police seek suspect after cash, lottery tickets stolen during break-in at Midhurst gas station

Police are searching for a suspect after money and lottery tickets were stolen from a gas station in Midhurst. Huronia West OPP / Provided

Police are searching for a suspect accused of stealing cash and lottery tickets from a gas station in Midhurst.

According to Huronia West OPP, on Monday just before 2:30 a.m., officers received a report that the Husky Gas Station on Bayfield Street North had been broken into.

Police say a man was seen throwing a rock at the front door numerous times, smashing the glass.

Once inside, police say the suspect took the till and two full sleeves of lottery tickets.

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Police are now searching for a man in his 30s, approximately six feet, weighing around 230 pounds. He was seen wearing a black ski mask, black t-shirt, black shorts with grey trim at the bottom, black shoes and white gardening gloves.

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Police say the investigation is ongoing.

Officers ask anyone with information to call 705-429-3575 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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