Police seek help to identify stolen vehicle suspect

Your Orangeville Police Service is investigating the theft of a vehicle from the emergency entrance driveway of Headwaters Health Care Centre Friday morning.

On Friday, March 6, 2020, at approximately 10:00 a.m. the victim was working outside of Headwaters Heath Care Centre and left his vehicle on the driveway leading to the emergency entrance. The vehicle was running, unlocked and unattended for approximately ten minutes. The victim returned to the area where he had left the vehicle to find it was gone. The vehicle is described as a silver Ford F150 pickup truck with a cap on the box and an aluminum ladder extending out of the box. The truck had company logos on the doors for Van Harten Surveying Inc. The truck also had the distinction of fleet #6 on the driver and passenger side doors. The vehicle contained various work related equipment as well as the victim’s wallet.

The victim reports that his credit card was used at the Esso gas station, located at Highway 10 & King Street in Caledon approximately twenty minutes later. Police were able to obtain footage from the security camera system at the gas station.

The suspect is described as an East Indian male, wearing a black winter jacket with hood with white lettering on the left chest area and a white logo on the right back shoulder. The suspect also wore grey sweat pants, a green toque, black winter gloves and dark coloured running shoes.

Police are continuing their investigation and would like to hear from anyone who might have any information to assist with the investigation. Anyone who has further information is asked to contact Orangeville Police Service or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or online at www.crimestopperssdm.com.

Police remind residents to keep vehicles locked and valuables out of sight when unattended. Residents are also encouraged to be vigilant for suspicious people and activity in their neighbourhoods.

Posted on March 6, 2020