Kingston Police looking for suspect in numerous break-ins

A man wanted in connection to several break-ins in Kingston is seen here. (Kingston Police)

Kingston Police are looking for a man whom they believe is responsible for a number of break-and-enters in the City. 

Police said the man was caught on security video on Nov. 17 at the scene of a break-and-enter at storage units at a midtown Kingston apartment complex. The same man was also caught on camera last Tuesday at the scene of a similar break-in at a west-end apartment building, according to police, and is wanted for a number of break-ins in the downtown core. 

The man is described as white and between 25 and 35-year-old, roughly 5'10 tall and weighs 180 pounds. The man has numerous tattoos including a poker hand on top of his left hand, card suits on his left fingers, dice under his left wrist and letters on his right fingers. He's been seen riding a distinctive light green or teal and black BMX-style bicycle, while wearing a black and blue hat and bandana as a mask. 

Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to contact Kingston Police at 613-549-4660 ext. 6312 or by email at pwood@kingstonpolice.ca.