RCMP are circulating a sketch of a suspect involved in a series of break-ins reported on Nov. 27 in the 1700-block of Evergreen Drive.

RCMP release sketch of suspect in Agassiz break-ins

A series of break-ins were reported on Nov. 27 in the 1700-block of Evergreen Drive

RCMP are circulating a sketch of a suspect involved in a series of break-ins in Agassiz.

According to a release, Agassiz RCMP received reports on Nov. 27 of a series of break-ins in the 1700-block of Evergreen Drive.

During the police investigation that followed, witnesses noted the suspicious behaviour of a man who appeared out of place in the neighbourhood.

“As part of our investigation a forensic artist met with witnesses to produce a composite drawing of a suspect,” Sgt. Mike Sargent said in the release. “Investigators are reaching out to the public to assist in identifying the person.”

Anyone with information to identify the subject in the sketch is urged to contact the Agassiz RCMP at 604-796-2211, or to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

SEE ALSO: Agassiz RCMP investigating two break-ins in Harrison Hot Springs


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