Update (Thursday, Jul. 21, 2022):
According to Kingston Police, the suspect that Kingston Military Police were looking for information on in relation to a break and enter at the Kingston Military Resource Centre has now been identified.
This is thanks, in part, to the help of the community, Kingston Police stated on Thursday, Jul. 21, 2022. After the Military Police were able to identify the suspect, the daycare centre keys stolen from the Military Resource Centre were retrieved.
“At this time, the Kingston Military Police have indicated that they have no further concerns as it relates to the security of the daycare centre while they continue on with the investigation,” Kingston Police said.
“The Kingston Military Police wish to thank the public for the information and tips that were provided which ultimately led to identifying the subject involved.”
Kingston Police, on behlaf of the Kingston Military Police, have released the above photos and are requesting public assistance to identify the person pictured, the suspect in a break and enter.
According to Kingston Police, employees of the Kingston Military Resource Centre, located at CFB Kingston in the city’s east end, arrived to work on Tuesday, Jun. 28, 2022, to find that various sections of the building had been disturbed. After viewing CCTV footage, those with the Resource Centre found that the suspect, who left the building in disarray, had been captured on camera.
In the footage, the suspect is seen climbing the fenced-in area of the children’s daycare area and forcibly breaking the lock on the back entrance to the building. This occurred at approximately 5:18 p.m. on the night of Monday, Jun. 27, 2022. While inside the building, the suspect stole two Asus laptops, as well as the master key to the daycare centre and chapel. The suspect left the Kingston Military Family Resource Centre at approximately 7 p.m. that night, police said.
The suspect is described as being Caucasian or possibly Hispanic, standing approximately 5’10” tall, and weighing approximately 200 lbs. The suspect has a stocky build and is either bald or balding.
Anyone with information regarding the identity of this suspect is asked to contact Corporal Harrison Swinson of the Kingston Military Police at 613-541-5010 ext. 5676, or via email at [email protected].