RCMP investigate downtown break in

Police are asking the public to keep an eye out for a man who stole more than $7,500 worth of goods from a downtown business this week.

Police are asking the public to keep an eye out for a man who stole more than $7,500 worth of goods from a downtown business this week.

RCMP have released an image from a security camera that they hope will help them catch the man.

An employee at the unnamed business on Fourth Avenue called police just before 8 a.m. Wednesday.

Property stolen from the business include power tools such as drill/driver kits, impact driver kits, a reciprocating saw and an impact wrench.

A large amount of heavy duty work clothing was also taken, police say. The clothing includes duck work pants, thermal hooded sweat shirts, quilt-lined overalls and duck bib overalls.

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