A girl from Burlington, Ont. is hoping that photographs of her 15-month-old grandson who’s battling mind most cancers will likely be returned to her after her digicam was stolen.
Police within the space are presently trying to find two suspects that allegedly stole the digicam and a reminiscence card that contained the images final weekend.
“It’s only a slap within the face by some very small folks,” the girl, who requested to be identifed as Joan, mentioned.
In response to investigators, two suspects entered her digicam retailer on Guelph Line in Burlington, close to New Road, on Nov. 14 and allegedly took a digicam and “camera-related gadgets” with out paying.
“On that card there’s a couple of years value of his photographs and I havent backed up these photos and people reminiscences will not be in my possession and that’s what upsets me probably the most,” Joan mentioned.
Joan says her grandson was recognized with mind most cancers three months in the past and is presently present process remedy.
“He’s been by way of three rounds of chemo,” she mentioned. “It’s good to look again at these pictures seeing him frowning up and figuring out that he was wholesome in these.”
Police have launched surveillance pictures of the suspects in hopes that the general public will be capable to acknowledge them.
The primary suspect has been described by police as a white male believed to be in his 40s, standing about five-foot-ten and weighing about 200 kilos. He was final seen sporting a two-tone jacket (black/tan), black pants, black sneakers and a medical masks.
Police say the second suspect is a white lady in her 40s with blonde hair. She is about five-foot-six, 200 kilos and has a big construct. She was final seen sporting a puffy tan-coloured hip-length jacket, black pants, tan boots and a medical masks. Police additionally say she was carrying a big tan-coloured shoulder bag.
Joan says the final time merchandise was stolen from her retailer was about 20 years in the past and the products had been ultimately recovered.
She says she’s hoping for a similar consequence on this case.
“If they’ve any coronary heart in any way they are going to return the cardboard and the digicam it doesn’t matter what situation the playing cards in and I would be capable to get well it in the event that they’ve carried out one thing.”
Anybody with details about the incident or the suspects is being urged to contact police at 905-825-4747 ext. 2391 or attain out to Crime Stoppers anonymously.
With recordsdata from CTV Information Toronto’s Mike Walker.