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Crime Stoppers: Waterloo Region

Vanier Drive and Veronica Drive in Kitchener

Crime of the Week: November 4, 2019 Case: #1699

In the month of October Waterloo Regional police have been investigating six-person on person robberies in the City of Kitchener.

The suspect is targeting food delivery drivers in the area of Vanier Drive and Veronica Drive.The Suspect is described as male approximately 6 feet tall with a thin build and wearing all dark clothing with a mask concealing his face and gloves.

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