Over $60,000 worth of merchandise stolen during break-in at Stone Road Mall
Guelph police are investigating after four people used a sledgehammer to break into Stone Road Mall and made off with over $60,000 worth of product.
In a media release, Guelph police said it happened around 4:45 a.m. on Sunday.
Four males used a sledgehammer to break into the mall and then break into a business inside.
Police said they were inside less than one minute.
More than $60,000 in product was reportedly stolen.
The males are described as Black, wearing hoodies, sweatpants and gloves. One was carrying a sledgehammer and one was carrying plastic bins which were used to remove the products. They fled in a white SUV.
Police are asking anyone with information to contact them.