Police seek second suspect in theft of televisions

Police have charged one of two suspects wanted after reports that a number of televisions were stolen from a Red Deer construction site.

Surveillance camera image of second suspect in Marriott Hotel TV theft.

Police have charged one of two suspects wanted after reports that a number of televisions were stolen from a Red Deer construction site.

RCMP were asked to investigate on Monday, July 21, when site supervisors at the Marriott Hotel construction project at 66th Street and 68th Avenue discovered that 10 new televisions went missing during the weekend.

Two suspects and a vehicle were caught on surveillance video at the site.

In a bulletin released as part of their investigation, police said the suspect vehicle, a black SUV, had a distinctive logo on the rear window and a large tattoo was noted on the left forearm of one of the suspects.

Police have now charged Red Deer resident Stephen Johnathon Feaver, 21, with breaking into and entering a business for a criminal purpose.

He remains in custody pending his next court appearance, set for Red Deer provincial court on Jan. 5.

A second suspect has not yet been arrested.

Red Deer City RCMP would like to hear from anyone who may have information that could help their investigation. Call 403-343-5575 or, to remain anonymous, submit information online to www.tipsubmit.com or call Crime Stoppers, 1-800-222-8477.

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