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Suspicious person complaint in Embrun

Police are asking for help identifying this man who tried twice to enter a residence on Castlebeau Street in Embrun the morning of August 6. — supplied photo
Police are asking for help identifying this man who tried twice to enter a residence on Castlebeau Street in Embrun the morning of August 6.
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Police are asking for help from residents in Russell Township to identify wanted for questioning in a suspicious person complaint.

The Russell County OPP detachment in Embrun received a call 9 a.m., August 6, about a suspicious person in the Castlebeau Street neighbourhood in Embrun.

A man tried twice to enter a residence in the neighbourhood before leaving.

A surveillance camera took photos of the individual but his face was not visible to the camera. Police have released a description of the person who is wanted for questioning.

The person is white male, with a thin build, and his height is between five-foot-four and five-foot-eight, or between 162 centimetres and 172 centimetres tall.

At the time he was wearing dark track pants, black shoes, and a tie-dyed hoodie that had a logo of either a dragon or a lion on both the front and the back.

Anyone with information on this person or the incident can call the OPP detachment at 613-443-4499 or the CrimeStoppers toll-free confidential tips line at 1-800-222-8477.