Couple stole "high-value liquor" throughout Calgary during holidays: police

Jan 3 2020, 8:27 pm

Two people are being sought by the Calgary Police Service after allegedly stealing “high-value liquor” from multiple stores.

According to a release from CPS, the couple had targeted six different liquor stores throughout December, removing high-value bottles of whiskey or scotch before leaving without paying.

The woman is described in the release as Caucasian with glasses and long dark hair, while the man is described as Caucasian with blonde hair.

Police also released CCTV footage of the two suspects:


Calgary Police Service

It is alleged that the two stole liquor from The Liquor Depot (120 36th Street SE) on Wednesday, December 4; Riverbend Liquor Depot (8338 18th Street SE) on Tuesday, December 17; Dover Liquor Depot (3525 26th Street SE) on Friday, December 20; Elbow Drive Liquor Depot (10233 Elbow Drive SW) on Monday, December 23; Altadore Liquor Depot (3504 19th Street SW) on Thursday, December 26; and North Hill Liquor Depot (1636 14th Avenue NW) on Friday, December 27.

Anyone with information on the above incidents or the identites of the suspects is asked to contact the Calgary Police Service at 403-266-1234.

Tips can also be left anonymously through Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-222-8477 or online at their website.

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