SATURDAY – Barrie Police say the same men wanted for a chocolate theft at a Bradford Dollarama on Thursday, also stole chocolate from two locations in Barrie earlier that same day. Four hundred dollars worth of chocolate bars were put into reusable grocery bags at the Park Place store. Four hours later, the same trick was turned at the Dollarama on Bayfield Street with $145 worth of chocolate taken. That night, the Dollarama in Bradford was hit up for more than $1300 dollars worth. The suspects are described as:
- 40-50 years of age
- one was wearing a grey baseball cap, grey jacket and jeans
- the other wore a black cap and black jacket
- driving a newer model, white car with a black grill, licence similar to BCET 313
Anyone with information should contact Barrie Police at 705-725-7025, South Simcoe Police at 705-775-3311 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)
FRIDAY – Cops are looking for two guys with a real sweet tooth. South Simcoe Police got the call to the Bradford Dollarama just after dinnertime last night, with reports of a distraction theft. Employees say two guys came in, carrying oversized grocery bags, and while one suspect distracted store staff, the other filled the bags with chocolate. Investigators figure the two guys made off with almost $1,500 worth of the sweet stuff. White guys in their 40s or 50s, one’s bald. Any info on this one? Contact South Simcoe Police.