Police seek to identify suspect in theft of $1k in Game of Thrones scotch

Kingston Police are asking for public assistance in identifying the male suspect in the theft of some pricey scotch from a downtown LCBO location.

Photo of the male suspect involved in the theft of $1,000 worth of Game of Thrones special edition scotch from the downtown Kingston LCBO location on Barrack Street. Photo via Kingston Police.

According to police, the theft occurred a few months ago at approximately 3:50 p.m. on Sunday, Mar. 14, 2021. A male suspect entered the LCBO located at 34 Barrack Street, and proceeded to steal $1,000 in alcohol. The man took five bottles of 15-year-old Mortlach limited edition Game of Thrones scotch, which are valued at $200 per bottle. Police say the man removed each of the bottles from their respective custom boxes and placed them inside his jacket. He then left the store without making any attempt to pay for the concealed items.

The suspect is described as a male Caucasian, approximately 45 to 50 years of age, standing 5’11” and weighing 200 lbs. In surveillance footage, the suspect appears to have a dark beard under his face mask. He was wearing a black toque, black jacket, blue jeans, and black work boots at the time of the theft.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Constable Chris MacDonald at [email protected] or via 613-549-4660 ext. 6247. Tips can also be made anonymously by calling the Kingston Police general number (613-549-4660 ext. 0) and asking to remain anonymous.

“Kingston Police apologize for the delay in the release but the report was originally sent by raven that mistakenly, but understandably, flew first to King’s Landing,” Sgt. Steve Koopman of Kingston Police said in a press release on Friday, Jun. 25, 2021.

One thought on “Police seek to identify suspect in theft of $1k in Game of Thrones scotch

  • Not being a Game of Thrones person, should I assume that is why Koopman’s reference to ravens and Kings Landing are lost on me?

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