The public is being asked to help find red-haired Eddie, if that's his real name.
Charlottetown Police Services issued a number of press releases today and one of them deals with the theft of money from Moonsnail Soapworks on Water Street.
Police got the complaint at 5:48 p.m. Monday. Officers were told that two males were in the store and removed cash from the register.
The suspects are believed to be in their mid-20s. One of them was tall and skinny, wearing a black leather jacket and glasses.
The other male was shorter with red hair and facial hair, wearing a blue winter jacket, toque, blue or black jeans and sneakers.
The skinny male was calling the red haired male "Eddie," said the police report.
Anyone with information regarding this theft may contact Police at 902-629-4172 or PEI Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222TIPS or send a text via the web site at www.peicrimestoppers.com.
In other police news from the long weekend, Charlottetown Police Services are asking for tips following a break and enter Saturday morning into a shed on Oak Drive.
The victim said that thieves entered his shed late Saturday and stole tools, a battery charger, plus a black and maroon snowmobile helmet. Please contact police or Crimestoppers at www.peicrimestoppers.com for any information on this crime.
Police are also looking for help finding two stolen vehicles.
One was taken Monday morning from Browns Court.
Stolen was a grey Toyota Corolla with a vehicle identification number of 2T1BR12EX1C856801. It had a P.E.I. license plate of 122AM.
Also taken Monday morning, this time from the area of Burns Ave, was a silver 2004 Pontiac Grand Am.
It had a P.E.I. license plate of NB426 and a vehicle identification number of 1G2NF52E04M674081.
If you have information you stand to get a reward by giving your tip by way of www.peicrimestoppers.com.
Charlottetown Police Services concludes its roundup of recent serious crime by reporting an assault at an address on Century Terrace. Two Charlottetown-area males have been arrested for the alleged assault plus they are facing charges of damage to property.
The 20-year-old male victim required no medical treatment, said police.