Individual allegedly trespasses on Aberdeen Street

Police needs public’s assistance in identifying the person

The individual is in their 40s to 50s with longer curly blonde hair. 
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Supplied by Kingston Police

The Kingston Police need the public’s assistance in identifying a person of interest in the University District. 

In a Sept. 16 press release, Kingston Police announced they were looking for an individual who was trespassing on properties at night, on Aberdeen Street. 

The individual—who is described by police as Caucasian, in their 40s or 50s, with longer, curly blonde hair tied back in a ponytail—is alleged to have been looking through the windows of homes on Aberdeen Street.

The individual is further described as being heavy-set, clean shaven, and without any noticeable tattoos or scars. 

Images of the individual have been captured on CCTV camera, and at the time of the alleged incident, the individual was wearing a white cap, a white unbuttoned short-sleeve dress shirt, and patterned shorts. The individual was wearing black running shoes. 

Police were originally called to the area and searched extensively, according to Kingston Police. Police want the public’s assistance in identifying the individual for the offence of Trespass at Night. 

Individuals with information about the identity of the person are asked to contact Detective Andrew Wilby at 613-549-4660 ext. 6217, or through email at awilby@kingstonpolice.ca

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