Hamilton high school break-in causes $100,000 in damages
Published June 15, 2023 at 10:28 am
Five people broke into a Catholic high school in Hamilton, shattering windows, mirrors and display cases, according to police.
Police are looking to identify the males who they believe committed the crime at Bishop Tonnos Catholic High School in Ancaster just after 10 p.m. on March 31.
Damages were estimated at $100,000, including windows, mirrors and display cases that were broken.
One suspect is described as a white male who wore a black hoodie with a hood up, black pants, white shoes with light blue fronts and a black facemask.
The second is a white male who wore a grey hoodie with a hood up and a small white emblem on the left chest. He had red track pants and white shoes. He also wore a black facemask with a red covering over the eyes.
The third is a white male who wore a white undershirt, black balaclava, brown/tan plaid jacket, black track pants and white shoes.
The fourth is a white male who wore a Black Moose Knuckle jacket with black fur, a black hoodie with the hood up, a black mask, grey track pants, white shoes with black Nike swoosh and white gloves.
The fifth is a white male who wore a Black Moose Knuckles jacket with black fur, grey hoodie with the hood up, black facemask, grey track pants with a black stripe near the side pocket, black shoes and blue gloves.
The fourth and fifth suspects were seen with a dark coloured 2017-2023 BMW 5 Series vehicle.
If you have any information including the identity of any suspects, police are requesting you contact Det. Const. Sarah Ricker at 905-546-8938 or Det. Sgt. Shane Groombridge at 905-546-2991.
To provide information anonymously, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or submit your anonymous tips at http://www.crimestoppershamilton.com
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