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Saanich Police hope to identify man they believe has information

The Saanich Police hope the public can help identify a man who may have information relating to an ongoing investigation.  - Saanich Police handout
The Saanich Police hope the public can help identify a man who may have information relating to an ongoing investigation.
— image credit: Saanich Police handout

The Saanich Police hope the public can help identify a man who may have information relating to an ongoing investigation.

"This male is believed to have information regarding an ongoing major crime investigation,” says Saanich Dectective Constable Jeff Bevington. "We are interested in identifying and speaking with the person depicted in this photograph, in order to assist with our investigation. We believe that someone from the Greater Victoria area may recognize who this person is."

The man in the photo is described as a Caucasian male, approximately six feet tall, weighing 180 pounds and between 20 and 30 years of age. At the time of the photo, the male had short dark hair. Police believe he has information related to a bank robbery in Saanich last November.

Police ask anyone with information to contact Bevington at 250- 475-4371. Those wishing to remain anonymous can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

 

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