Kingston Police seek to identify pair involved in two break-ins
Kingston Police have released the above images and are requesting public assistance in identifying the two males shown.
The males are suspects involved in two separate break-ins at local apartment buildings this month, and targeted e-bikes and motorcycles on both occasions.
According to police, the first break-and-enter occurred on Wednesday, Apr. 7, 2021 when, at approximately 5:15 a.m., the two suspects pried open the front security door of an apartment building on Mowat Avenue. Once inside the building, the pair made their way to the underground parking garage, with security cameras capturing them as they moved around the building. In the parking garage, the two men stole a white DJ City e-bicycle valued at $2,000 and a black Giant bicycle-hybrid valued at $700.
Police said the second incident involving the same two suspects occurred on Saturday, Apr. 17, 2021. On that date, at approximately 7 p.m., the pair were captured on security video, again prying open the front door to gain entry an apartment building, this time on King Street West. After accessing the parking garage at the second building, the two stole a red 2020 Honda 125cc motorcycle, valued at $3,500.
The two suspects are described as being middle-aged white males, who were wearing black baseball hats, dark face coverings, black jackets, and dark coloured pants. One of the suspects was wearing grey or beige faded footwear with a darker-coloured sole, and the other was wearing dark footwear. Each suspect carried a black backpack, one of which had blue trim on the front.
The stolen Honda motorcycle has an attached windshield, but otherwise resembles the one pictured below.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Constable Lachapelle at 613-549-4660 ext. 6294, or via email at [email protected].
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