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Police release sketch of suspect

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By: Matt Durnan

  |  Posted: Thursday, Dec 26, 2013 06:00 am

The RCMP have released this composite sketch of a man who is a suspect in a break and enter and kidnapping that occurred at Airdrie No Frills on Nov. 6.
The RCMP have released this composite sketch of a man who is a suspect in a break and enter and kidnapping that occurred at Airdrie No Frills on Nov. 6.
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Airdrie RCMP have released a composite drawing of one of the suspects linked to the kidnapping and break and enter that occurred at Airdrie No Frills at 1050 Yankee Valley Blvd. on Nov. 6.

The first suspect pictured in the drawing to the right - is described as 56 to 58 tall, dark skin, dark brown mustache and was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, jean, black shoes with white laces, black leather gloves, a black backpack and sunglasses.

The second man is believed to be between 58 and 60 tall, slim build, darker skin, wearing a dark hooded sweat shirt and dark pants. No drawing was available as of press time of the second suspect.

On Nov. 6, a female employee at No Frills left the store shortly after 9:30 p.m. and was apprehended by two men while she was entering her vehicle. They took her to a discrete location for approximately 30 minutes where they made verbal threats and further demands.

No weapon was seen by the victim. The suspects returned to enter the store and stole more than $5,000. The victim was not physically harmed during the incident.

Police are asking for assistance in solving this crime and identifying these suspects.

Anyone with further information on this incident can contact the Airdrie RCMP at 403-945-7200, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.


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