Calgary police investigating break in at 4th Street SW Lululemon

May 8 2020, 8:52 pm

The Calgary Police Service is trying to track down two suspects responsible for stealing approximately $200,000 worth of merchandise from a Calgary Lululemon.

A release from CPS states that two suspects allegedly gained entry to the Lululemon located at 2308A 4th Street SW just after midnight on Sunday, April 26.

Once inside the store, it is believed that the suspects stole boxes of clothing items and merchandise.

Police described the first suspect as “male, approximately 30-to-40 years old, medium build, wearing a grey or black baseball hat, black balaclava, black zip-up hoodie with red trim on the inside, yellow and black gloves and blue jeans.”

The second suspect was described in the release as “male with a medium build, wearing a grey and black hoodie with a New Orleans Saints logo on front, black pants and black and white shoes.”

A Friday update from CPS states that they have determined the suspect who had been wearing a black hoodie with a sports team logo, featuring the initials CCS, and the number 14, is not the rightful owner of the hoodie.

Investigators have spoken with the rightful owner of the hoodie and have cleared them of any connection to the crime.

Anyone with information on the break-and-enter, or the suspects pictured below, is asked to contact the Calgary Police Service at their non-emergency number of 403-266-1234.

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


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