Halton police look to return items to victims of ‘Under Armour Bandit’

Published November 28, 2019 at 7:49 pm

Do any of these items belong to you?

Do any of these items belong to you?

Halton Regional Police Service is hoping to return dozens of stolen items found in the possession of two suspects from Hamilton: Joseph Allen (49) and Carol Brown (69).

The son and mother are facing a combined 28 charges of break and enter.

The suspect of the Burlington break and enters came to be referred to as the ‘Under Armour Bandit’ because of the unique shoe impressions that were identified at the scene of multiple entries.

Both accused were arrested on Nov. 23 before investigators raided two residences in Hamilton. During those searches, Halton police say property was recovered that is believed to have been stolen from the break and enters. 

If you are a victim of a residential break-in that took place in Burlington between Oct. 2018 and Nov. 2019, click the link and review the photos on the Halton Regional Police Service Flickr account.

The investigation is ongoing at this time and additional charges are expected to be laid.

Anyone who may have additional information concerning the investigation is asked to contact Detective Constable Matt Spina of the 3 District Criminal Investigations Bureau at 905-825-4747 ext. 2338 or the 3 District Criminal Investigations Bureau general line at 905-825-4747 ext. 2316.

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