Edmonton Police are looking for four suspects in vape store heist

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Edmonton Police are trying to identify four suspects involved in a November robbery at a vaping store.

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At around 2 p.m. on November 11, three suspects entered the business at 37th Street and 118th Avenue in the Beverly neighborhood, produced a bear spray, and sprayed a lone employee as she attempted to flee the building, police said in a statement Tuesday. Release.

Three suspects, whom police described as two black men and a black woman – all thin and under the age of 20 – stole around $ 700 worth of vape pens before leaving the store, police said.

Edmonton Police are looking for four suspects in a November vaping store heist in northeast Edmonton. Edmonton Police Service Photo /Provided

The suspects were all masked, police said. The woman wore red and black plaid pants while one of the men wore red sweatpants and a red and blue jacket.

A second woman in the store at the time of the theft also robbed the store, the statement added, but police said it was not clear whether she was associated with the other three suspects or whether she took advantage of the situation.

Edmonton Police are also looking for a fourth suspect in connection with the theft.
Edmonton Police are also looking for a fourth suspect in connection with the theft. Edmonton Police Service Photo /Provided

Police are asking anyone with information on the identity of the four suspects to contact the Edmonton Police Department at 780-423-4567 or 377 from a cell phone. Informants seeking anonymity can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or submit a tip online at www.p3tips.com/250.

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