Halton Regional Police have identified a group of four suspects wanted in connection with a spree of residential break-ins throughout Halton, the Greater Toronto Hamilton Area (GTHA) and southern Ontario.
On Nov. 21, search warrants were executed at four residences associated with the suspects in Mississauga, Brampton and Hagersville. As a result, police say they recovered numerous items believed to have been stolen from various break and enters, however, the suspects were not located and have not been arrested.
Arrest warrants have been issued for the suspects in relation to 30 residential break and enters in the regions of Halton, Peel, York, Caledon and Hamilton.
The four men have been identified as:
• Jordan Saccucci, 33, of Mississauga (also known to frequent the Innisfil area)
• Marcel Blackburn, 37, of Hagersville (also known to frequent the GTA)
• Paul Nkrumah, 36, of Brampton
• Dumark Lindsay, 41, of Mississauga (also known to frequent the Brampton/ Mayfield area).
"Police believe the suspects are aware they're wanted, but have not turned themselves in," Halton Police said in a press release. "To the contrary, police believe the suspects have continued their activity and are believed to be involved in recent residential break and enters that took place Nov. 22 and 23 in Oakville, Mississauga and York."
Halton Police are reminding everyone to be vigilant of suspicious or unfamiliar vehicles parked in residential driveways in their neighbourhoods – in particular, newer model SUVs and pickup trucks.
Police say the suspects may approach the front door of residences during daytime hours with their identities concealed using surgical masks or face coverings, and wear hoods and gloves. If confronted by home owners, police say the suspects may provide an unconvincing excuse pertaining to some sort of construction or landscaping service before quickly departing.
The suspects were last observed operating a newer model black Chevrolet Tahoe RST. According to police, the men have ties to the GTHA, but are believed to have travelled to other parts of the province to conduct break and enters.
Police are urging the suspects to obtain legal counsel and turn themselves in as soon as possible.
Members of the public are advised to not approach the suspects and instead call 911 or Halton Regional Police at 905-825-4777.
Anyone with information regarding this investigation can also contact the 2 District Criminal Investigations Bureau at 905-825-4777, ext. 2216.
Tips can also be submitted anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or through the website.