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09 February 2017 - Update- Two more arrests in Tim Hortons Cup TheftWarning - this news article expired on 2017-03-09. Information may no longer be accurate or applicable

UPDATE – Two more arrests in Tim Hortons Cup Theft

 

Further investigation into this matter has resulted in two more arrests being made.

 

On Tuesday, February 7th , 2017 a 17-year old male resident of Belleville (who cannot be identified under provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act) was arrested and charged with one count of Break Enter and Theft. He was released with a court date in March.

 

On Wednesday, February 8th, 2017, 18-year old Alexander LEONARD of Belleville turned himself into Police. He too was arrested and charged with one count of  Break Enter and Theft.  LEONARD was released with a court date on the 16th of March, 2017

 

On Thursday, the 9th of February, 2017, the original accused, Steve SEABORN of Stirling, turned himself back into police and was again arrested. A third charge of Theft Under $5000.00 was added. He was released with a court date of the 16th of March 2017.

 

ORIGINAL RELEASE - BREAK and ENTER  - One person arrested, police seeking publics assistance in locating second suspect.

 

On Thursday the 2nd day of February, 2017, police received a complaint of a break, enter and theft from a business in the north-end of the city. 

 

During the evening hours of January 30 and 31st 2017, the Tim Horton’s on Wallbridge –Loyalist Road had their storage facility broken into.  A number of boxes containing “Roll-up –the-rim-to-win” cups were stolen over the period of two consecutive nights.  An investigation has resulted in an former employee being arrested and charged with two counts of break, enter and theft.  The accused, 19-year old Steven Seaborn of Stirling, Ontario turned himself into Belleville Police on February 2nd 2017. 

 

The accused was observed and positively identified by security cameras within and around the structure.  The investigation is continuing with respect to a second suspect, a male described as follows; male white, wearing a light- coloured jacket with a hat and hoody pulled up around his head

 

Photos are forthcoming and will be released a soon as available. Anyone having information about this occurrence is asked to contact Detective-Sergeant Brad Lentini by phone at (613)-966-0882 ext. #2224 or by email at blentini@police.belleville.on.ca. Callers wishing to remain anonymous can call Quinte Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.