Photos Released Of Robbery Suspects

A suspect wanted in connection to a robbery in Lakeshore is caught on video.Contributed image.

A suspect wanted in connection to a robbery in Lakeshore is caught on video.
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By Stephanie Moniz

(ESSEX, ON) – The OPP is looking for the public’s assistance in identifying two men believed to be involved in separate robberies in Lakeshore and Harrow.

On July 26, three men beat and robbed a Lakeshore man after leaving the Sunsplash Festival in the early morning. One of the three suspects was caught on video camera at a convenience store.

If you have any information regarding the identity of the man in the photo, or any information regarding this incident, you are asked to contact the OPP at 519-326-2544 or 519-551-0806.

The OPP are also attempting to identify the man responsible for a robbery that occurred in Harrow, on July 23, at 80 King Street East.

The OPP are trying to identify a man wanted in connection to an armed robbery in Harrow.Contributed image.

The OPP are trying to identify a man wanted in connection to an armed robbery in Harrow.
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The displayed photo shows the suspect along with the clerk, whose face is blurred out. Although difficult to see the suspect’s face, police are asking the public to look at the clothing and stature of the suspect and to contact the OPP at 519-723-2491 if they have any information with regards to the identity of this man.

In either case, should you wish to remain anonymous, you may contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 where you may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.

The OPP are trying to identify a man wanted in connection to an armed robbery in Harrow.Contributed image.

The OPP are trying to identify a man wanted in connection to an armed robbery in Harrow.
Contributed image.

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