Person with reduced mobility hit and stolen in Sherbrooke
Share November 6, 2020 7:46 a.m. Updated at 8:07 a.m. Share A person with reduced mobility beaten and stolen in Sherbrooke
Tommy Brochu La Tribune The Sherbrooke Police Department (SPS) is looking for two suspects who allegedly committed a robbery on a person with reduced mobility. In addition to a family ring, the alleged thieves allegedly stole a cell phone and … the victim's scooter, which was found a few meters away.
The suspects allegedly committed their act on October 12 on the bike path along St Francis Street. They allegedly grabbed and hit the complainant.
The first suspect sought by the SPS is said to be white, is about 5 feet 3, and has blond-brown hair. He would have a little English accent. At the material time, he was said to have been wearing a gray t-shirt and a brown hoodie was tied around his waist. He was also reportedly dressed in black jogging pants with a black line. According to the SPS, he was wearing sunglasses and a black face shield.
The second, a white man of about 6 feet, is hairy in the arms, according to the sheet provided by the SPS. At the time of the gestures, he was reportedly wearing faded blue jeans with holes, a black hoodie tied around his waist, and a black face cover. He is also said to have worn sunglasses.
The stolen ring is in yellow gold, still according to the SPS file. It is described as having five stones held by four small golden legs. One pink stone, two blue, one green and one turquoise would distinguish the ring. The cell phone is LG TinQ brand. The lady also had her cap stolen.
The stolen ring provided
In a completely different case, the SPS is also looking for a suspect who allegedly committed repeated fraud at Simons. She would trade in the labels of regular-priced pieces of clothing to pay a lower price. The lady, about 5'4 and 155 pounds, is said to be around 50 years old. She would drive a white Fiat with a red roof.