Police investigating break in at Timmy’s store

Published 8:18 am Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Victoria police are investigating a break-in that occurred at Timmy’s convenience store at about 1 a.m. on Friday. Police have released images of a suspect and a vehicle of interest – a four-door silver sedan – seen in the store’s parking lot shortly after the incident, and are asking for the public assistance in identifying them. The culprit was wearing blue jogging pants and a blue hoodie, as well as a bandanna and sunglasses to conceal his face, Police Chief Keith Phillips said. The culprit was in the store for about six minutes before an alarm went off, scaring him and prompting him to flee, Phillips said. The store’s owner, Timmy Clark, responding to the alarm, showed up about six minutes later, according to Phillips. Some physical evidence was recovered, but Phillips declined to provide particulars. Those with information about the break in can contact the Lunenburg County Sheriff’s Office at (434) 696-4452 or Lunenburg Crime Solvers at (434) 696-3100.