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Police Looking For Kensington Burglar

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Police need your help identifying the suspect who burglarized Canemo Market in West Kensington.

Around 4:30 on Wednesday morning, an unknown male broke into the market on the 100 block of West Norris Street. Police say the suspect forced in a wall air conditioning unit. The suspect took several cartons of cigarettes and ran off, surveillance shows.

Police describe the suspect as a male wearing a baseball hat, jacket, long pants and dark colored pants.

If you see this suspect do not approach him, contact 911 immediately or dial 215.686.TIPS (8477) or text a tip to PPD TIP or 773847.

If you have any information about this crime or this suspect, please contact East Detectives Division, Det. McCullough #690

215-686-3243/3244

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