May 19 police reports: graffiti, purse stolen, computer stolen, more
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – On Monday, May 15, Charlottetown Police received reports of graffiti in the Parkdale area of the city and it is investigating.
Charlottetown Police Services is asking the public to help put a name to the man at centre holding the shopping basket.
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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – A man who allegedly stole a shopping basket full of meat from a local grocery store is being sought by local police.
Charlottetown Police Services is asking for public help in putting a name to a possible suspect seen on the store’s security system.
It happened this past Monday, said a report of the incident released today.
The matter remains under investigation.
To give a tip about this case directly to a police officer, call Charlottetown Police Services at 902-629-4172.
For a possible cash reward, you can make anonymous contact with Crime Stoppers on the Internet and follow the various ways to make a tip, including through Facebook, or with a toll-free, anonymous phone call to 1-877-222-8477 (TIPS).