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Hamilton police looking for suspect after $5K in goods allegedly stolen from commercial compounds

Don Mitchell / Global News

A man accused of stealing over $5,000 worth of goods from secured commercial compounds in Hamilton, Ont., is wanted by police.

Detectives say the suspect gained entry to a number of secured facilities in early February and allegedly took property with the aid of a stolen vehicle.

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That vehicle has since been recovered, according to investigators.

Police are now searching for Matthew Campbell-Lewis, 31, in connection with their investigation.

Police are looking for Matthew Campbell-Lewis, 31, in connection with several reported commercial thefts in early February in Hamilton, Ont. Hamilton Police Service

Campbell-Lewis is about six feet tall and has several tattoos, including the word “Irish” and a four-leaf clover on the right side of his neck, along with the word “Cancer” and the number “69” on the left side of his neck, according to police.

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Anyone with information can reach out to investigators at 905-546-8934 or 905-546-2991, or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online.

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