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Posted Saturday, January 26, 2019 14:30 EST
Last Updated on Saturday, January 26, 2019 14:34 EST
Mounties in British Columbia are looking for a man involved in forcible theft.
The video shows that the 52-year-old man was pulled from his parked car at McDonald's in Langford, DC on December 17th.
Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers released CCTV footage from the attack and theft.
RCMP in West Bank, BC, appealed for information from the public day after the incident but is still investigating.
"The robbery is when the suspect has opened the door of the victim's car and has caught him by the shoulders that throw him out of the car on the ground," the press release said. (Link)
"The suspect is almost out of the victim. The victim received minor injuries to the wrist, elbow and thigh and was transported to the hospital. "
The suspect is described as a man from 30 to 40 years of age, about 5-7 "and weighing 160 kilograms. He was dressed in a black jacket, white trousers, beige boots, and black electricity.
The car, white Nissan Versa 2009, was found in Nanaimo on December 23rd.
@WestshoreRCMP are still investigating car thefts that happened on December 17 near McDonald's village in Milstrim.
Please see the video below to see if you know the suspect.
– GV Obstacles for Crime (@VicCrimeStop) January 24, 2019