Police in Kawartha Lakes have released video of a suspect in the theft of a truck from a Lindsay-area business earlier this month.
According to police, video surveillance of the property captured a lone male suspect walking around the business on Highway 35 South shortly before 12:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 5.
“The truck is observed on video being driven from the property less than ten minutes later,” reads a media release from police.
The stolen vehicle is a white 2004 Freightliner M2 and had the Ontario license plate ‘AY55380’.
“Investigators would like the public’s assistance to identify the male suspect who was captured on video surveillance prior to the truck being stolen,” the media release reads.
The suspect is described as approximately 40 years old with a medium build. He was wearing a dark coloured baseball hat, black t-shirt with an Echo Ltd logo, green khaki cargo shorts, and white or grey shoes. The man may have a handlebar-type moustache and goatee-style beard and is wearing sunglasses, police added.
Anyone with information is asked to call police at 705-324-5252.
We are seeking the publics help in identifying this man who is responsible for the theft of a truck from a Lindsay business in early August. email@example.com if you can help! pic.twitter.com/TDLxUnkBcU
— KawarthaLakes Police (@klpsmedia) August 27, 2019