Ottawa Police seeking 3 suspects in Central Park break and enter

Police are asking the public’s help to identify three suspects in a break and enter in Central Park at the end of January.

Ottawa Police Service (OPS) says at around 10 p.m. on January 29th in the 100 block of Central Park Drive, the suspects broke into a residential building and damaged some of the units that were under construction.

Police describe the first suspect as a white male with a medium build wearing wearing a blue and black winter coat, beige pants, black shoes and a black tuque during the incident.

Police say the second suspect is a black male with a heavy build. He was seen wearing a blue and yellow winter coat and grey pants.

Investigators say the third suspect is a white male, between 18 to 28 years-old with a medium build and dark hair. Police say he was wearing a red North Face winter coat, black Adidas hooded sweat shirt, black pants and black and white shoes.

OPS asks anyone with information on their identity, or information about this incident, to call the Break and Enter Unit at 613-236-1222, ext. 4533 or Crime Stoppers toll-free at 1-800-222-8477.

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