Do you know this man? Store owners and Crime Stoppers believe this man is related to the theft of four pairs of shoes on Jan. 14 from a Saanich shoe store. Twitter/@VicCrimeStop

Shoe thief strikes in Saanich

Crime Stoppers seek suspect who took 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.

Crime Stoppers’ tweet.

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

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