On February 24th 2016 at 4:30 am, a male dressed in a black hoodie while covering his face broke the front window door entrance, gaining access to the Fas Gas station in Riverton Manitoba. The male then stole all the cigarettes/cigar products in the store. The male appeared to be in his late teens to late twenties, heavy in proportion and tall. The male appeared to have been acting alone. The same male was allegedly also responsible for another break and enter at a Riverton convenience store, also stealing cigarette products.
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