Detectives are pleasing to the community to locate a brown suitcase coated in stickers which has solid sentimental value to the complainant
Detectives from the Niagara Regional Police Service have arrested two subsequent their investigation of the theft of musical devices and products from a Crystal Beach restaurant.
On March 25, the complainant experienced been executing at the restaurant. As the complainant was loading their instruments and equipment, they ended up briefly remaining unguarded, and were stolen. The value of the instruments is estimated at $9,000.
Over the class of the investigation detectives from Fort Erie have been able to identify two suspects. It was determined they were selling some of the stolen property on Kijiji from Welland, according to a news launch. Detectives from the Welland Street Criminal offense Device assisted by arranging a conference to “buy” the stolen property. On March 27, detectives arrested two suspects in possession of the stolen home as they arrived for the assembly with the officers. Detectives were being capable to track down and get better additional devices and devices at a residence in Welland.
Jason Royce White, 36, of no fastened address has been arrested and billed with the Criminal Code offences of:
- Theft vver $5,000
- Possession of home received by criminal offense more than $5,000
Natasha Leigh Seguin, 32, of no fastened address has been arrested and billed with the Legal Code offences of:
- Theft about $5,000
- Possession of assets acquired by criminal offense more than $5,000
- Fall short to comply probation
White and Sequin have been equally held for a movie bail hearing that took position at the Welland Courthouse on March 28.
Detectives are desirable to the public for any info relating to just one of the remarkable stolen products. Before becoming stolen for the duration of this incident a brown suitcase covered in stickers had travelled with the complainant and their band for many years. It has solid sentimental benefit. It is thought the suspects left the suitcase in Maple Park in the space of Clare Avenue in close proximity to Thorold Street, in Welland among March 25 and March 27. A lookup of the park has not found the suitcase.
Anyone with information and facts about the area of the suitcase or this investigation is questioned to speak to detectives by contacting 905-688-4111, possibility 3, extension 1009339.
Users of the community who would like to deliver facts anonymously can make contact with Criminal offense Stoppers of Niagara on the web or by contacting 1-800-222-8477.