Surveillance images released in Selkirk theft investigation
Selkirk RCMP are asking people to come forward with information on the identities of the two people shown in the surveillance images from Mark’s Work Wearhouse. (image courtesy RCMP)
Published Friday, November 29, 2013 3:58PM CST
Last Updated Friday, March 14, 2014 2:34PM CST
RCMP have launched an investigation into a theft at Mark’s Work Wearhouse in Selkirk.
Friday afternoon, police released images taken from surveillance video in the Nov. 26 theft, which happened around 9 a.m.
RCMP said video surveillance showed a man and woman enter the store. The male suspect took several items from the store while the female suspect appeared to keep watch, said RCMP.
The male appears about five feet eight to five feet 10 inches tall (173 – 178 cm) with a heavier build.
The female appears to be about five feet two inches to five feet four inches tall (157 -162 cm) with a slight build, dark hair and glasses.
RCMP asked anyone with information on the identities of the two people to come forward.
People can contact Selkirk RCMP at 204-482-3322, their local police or Manitoba Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.