On January 15, at 2:30 in the afternoon, Airdrie RCMP responded to a theft at Tim Horton's on Main Street in the city. A customer was at the counter ordering when his wallet was stolen from his jacket. Shortly after, two men used the victim's credit cards at the Shell station on Main Street for a $132 purchase. The pair pressed their luck but it backfired, according to Cst. Meagan Fillion.

The first suspect is thought to be between 30 and 40 years of age, wearing a dark-colored jacket with fur around the hood, a dark-colored shirt and black pants. He has a slim build, prominent nose, mustache and was unshaven at the time of the theft.
The second man is described as dark-skinned, with a large build, facial hair and a shaved head. He is believed to be wearing a down-filled black winter jacket with fur around the hood and a grey "Air Jordan Flight" hoodie.
The RCMP is requesting your help in identifying these men. If you have any information, please contact Constable Robert Frizzell at 403-945-7200.