There is no free lunch; OPP seek help identifying men using stolen credit card at restaurant

Russell County OPP have released this image of the four suspects connected with the use of a stolen credit card.

CASSELMAN — Police are looking for four men allegedly using a stolen credit card at a Casselman restaurant last month.

Confronted by a restaurant employee, they fled in a black Honda Accord, possibly a 2008 model with dark window tint.

Russell County OPP responded to the establishment on May 6. In a press release today, they seek the public’s assistance in identifying the suspects.

Police describe the first man as tall and possibly of Arabic descent, approximately 22-25 years of age, with a well-trimmed beard, wearing light grey sweat pants and light grey “hoodie.”

They describe the second as non-white, short, stalky and French-speaking.

The third suspect is described as non-white, with an afro hair style, while the fourth man is described as non-white.

Those with information that might help identify these males are asked to contact Const. Benoit at the Russell County OPP detachment at 613-443-4499 or toll free 24/7 at 1-888-310-1122.

 


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