Tiverton police looking for break-in, theft suspect

Posted 11/24/21

Tiverton police are looking for the public's help identifying a man suspected of theft from Stateline Tobacco early on the morning of Sunday, Nov. 14.

Officers responded to the 29 Stafford Road …

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Tiverton police looking for break-in, theft suspect

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Tiverton police are looking for the public's help identifying a man suspected of theft from Stateline Tobacco early on the morning of Sunday, Nov. 14.

Officers responded to the 29 Stafford Road business at 4:12 a.m. for a breaking and entering report. A small amount of cash, along with multiple cartons of menthol cigarettes, were taken.

The suspect, shown in video stills, was wearing a hoodie, blue jeans, and white sneakers.

If anyone has any information or can help in identifying the suspect, contact Detective Sergeant Joshua Pelletier or Detective Matt Braun at 401-625-6717, ext 0.

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