Niagara police are trying to find two suspects after they allegedly stole a U-Haul van from a storage enterprise in Grimsby.
Two suspects gained entry to a business property early Friday morning within the space of Roberts Rd. and South Service Rd.
A person and a girl reportedly used a sledgehammer to smash open lock bins that contained keys for vans parked on the property.
The pair then allegedly used the keys to steal a white, 2022 GMC Savanna cargo van.
The stolen van has a big, $19.99 U-Haul commercial on either side and an Arizona license plate of #AL68425.
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The male suspect is described as a White man, aged mid to late 20s, roughly 6 ft tall, with a skinny construct. He was sporting a darkish hooded sweater, gray monitor pants, and white Adidas sneakers.
The feminine suspect is described as a White girl, 5-foot-7, with a skinny construct and lengthy hair.
She was sporting darkish tights and a full-length, puffy jacket that went down beneath her knees.
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Police say this incident is just like a theft in Dec. 2022 the place a U-Haul van was stolen in Niagara Falls, in addition to a latest related theft in Hamilton.
Anybody with details about this incident is requested to contact detectives by calling 905-688-4111, choice 3, ext. 1009935.