Store owners and Crime Stoppers believe this suspect was involved in the theft of four pairs of shoes on Jan. 14 from a Saanich shoe store. Twitter/@VicCrimeStop

‘Just don’t do it,’ Crime Stoppers warns after Nike shoe theft in Saanich

Crime Stoppers seek suspect who allegedly stole four pairs of Nike shoes

Crime Stoppers and the owners of a local shoe store in Saanich seek to identify a shoe thief who stole several pairs of Nike shoes on Jan. 14.

The store’s security surveillance camera caught the suspect entering the store around 7 p.m. that night. He’s believed to have left with four pairs of Nike shoes.

The suspect wore a grey winter coat with hood, grey pants, black and white sneakers, and a black flat cap over a dark hair and beard.

Anyone with any information can anonymously submit it by calling 1-800-222-TIPS.

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