Caught on camera

Call police if you recognize this man

Princeton RCMP released this photo Tuesday of the man who broke into the Petro Canada station on Bridge Street in the early hours of October 1. The photo was taken from the store’s video surveillance camera. Nothing was taken in the break in. Police believe the suspect was startled by the store’s alarm and fled empty-handed. If you recognize this person call Princeton RCMP at 250-295-6911.

Princeton RCMP released this photo Tuesday of the man who broke into the Petro Canada station on Bridge Street in the early hours of October 1.

The photo was taken from the store’s video surveillance camera. Nothing was taken in the break in.

Police believe the suspect was startled by the store’s alarm and fled empty-handed.

If you recognize this person call Princeton RCMP at 250-295-6911.

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