Calgary police are asking for help locating a suspect linked to several northwest Calgary break-ins.
Since mid-June there have been six businesses hit, police said.
On Wednesday, July 1, at approximately 3 a.m. a man broke into three business in the Crowfoot area.
The suspect stole money from tills and charity donation boxes. Also stolen were a pair of work boots and pants from one of the businesses, police said.
The three incidents occurred at Edges Salon and Spa, located at 400 Crowfoot Crescent NW, Petland, located at 40 Crowfoot Terrace NW and Mark’s, located at 30 Crowfoot Terrace NW.
On June 14, at approximately 3:30 a.m., Calgary police believe the same man broke into three businesses in the Crowfoot and Royal Oak areas.
The three businesses hit were, Chicken on the Way, located at #207 – 150 Crowfoot Crescent NW, Joey’s Restaurant, located at 20 Crowfoot Crescent NW and Starbucks and Chapters, located at 66 Crowfoot Terrace NW.
CCTV footage shows the man wearing camouflage pants, light coloured shoes and fluorescent work gloves. The man is described as approximately 5’10” tall with a medium build.
Police are looking to speak with anyone who has information about the crimes or the suspect. Anyone with information can call Calgary police at 403-266-1234.