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Police looking for suspect after Halifax convenience store broken into overnight  

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Anyone with information is asked to contact Halifax Regional Police or Crime Stoppers. Alexa MacLean / Global News

Police are looking for a person that broke into a Halifax convenience store and stole cigarettes early Sunday morning.

Halifax Regional Police say they responded to the Sobeys Express Convenience Store on Goldbloom Drive just before 3 a.m., after receiving a report of a commercial alarm.

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Police say they arrived to find that somebody broke the glass door, entered the business and stole cigarettes.

Police say the suspect drove away from the convenience store in a late model Toyota Rav 4. The vehicle had a spare tire on the back with a white cover, police added, as well as chrome rims and a bug deflector.

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There appeared to be a passenger in the front seat, according to police, and the vehicle was last seen heading onto Farnham Gate Road towards Highway 102.

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Anyone with information is asked to contact Halifax Regional Police or Crime Stoppers.