Wacky News: Man Arrested for Stealing Roll Up the Rim to Win Cups
While we all know that many people take Tim Hortons' Roll Up the Rim to Win very seriously, it appears some people treat it with much more gravity than others.
According to Belleville, Ont. police, officers received a call regarding a break and enter theft from a Tim Hortons in the north end of the city on Thursday, Feb. 2.
Police report that during the evening hours of January 30 and 31, the Tim Hortons on Wallbridge-Loyalist Road had its storage facility broken into. A number of boxes with Roll Up the Rim to Win cups were stolen and further investigation into the bizarre theft revealed that the suspect was a former employee.
Police have charged 19-year-old Steven Seaborn of Stirling, Ont. with two counts of break, enter and theft. Seaborn turned himself into police on February 2.
According to police, the accused was observed and positively identified by security cameras within and around the structure. Police believe a second suspect is involved, and he's been described as a white male who was seen wearing a light- coloured jacket with a hat and hoodie pulled up around his head.
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