Police seek public assistance to identify Kingston robbery suspect

Kingston Police have released the above photos and are asking for public assistance in identifying the person pictured, the suspect in a robbery case.

According to police, the suspect entered the grocery store near the intersection of Railway and Montreal Streets on Friday, Apr. 26, 2024. Police did not specify what time of day this occurred at.

“The male suspect purchased two cans of an unspecified beverage. The suspect put the cans into a small bag before demanding cash from the cashier. When the cashier did not comply, the suspect attempted to pull out a large knife. The suspect then walked toward the door and, prior to leaving, took a case of chocolate bars before running outside,” Kingston Police said in a press release on Tuesday, Apr. 30, 2024.

Police described the suspect as being a Caucasian male with “a clean-shaven face and dirt-covered hands. At the time of the incident, the suspect was wearing a heavy dark blue jacket with a black hoodie pulled up over a baseball cap, and the baseball cap had a red beak with a white ‘C’ inside a black circle stitched on it, Kingston Police detailed.

“Further, the suspect was wearing a beige, red and white glove on his left hand and the right-hand glove was beige with a dark palm,” police said.

Anyone with information regarding the identity of this suspect or this incident is asked to contact Detective Jamie Graham at 613-549-4660 ext. 6311, or via email at [email protected].

Anonymous tips can be made by calling the Kingston Police general number (613-549-4660 ext. 0) and requesting to remain anonymous.

3 thoughts on “Police seek public assistance to identify Kingston robbery suspect

    • Hi John,
      Police did not specify which store it was, and we cannot assume these things.
      We have asked Kingston Police to confirm which store this occurred at, and this article will be updated if we’re able to obtain that information.
      Hope that helps! :)

      Tori Stafford

      • Understood. My question should have been aimed, then, at Kington Police. Logically it was Quattrocchi’s. I’m curious to know why the store wasn’t named, unless Quattrocchi’s specifically asked not to be named.

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