Police are looking for 2 suspects after Kanata cinema screen was vandalized

Police are looking for two suspects after a movie screen at Landmark Cinemas in Kanata was vandalized last week.

In a news release Thursday, Ottawa police said two men entered the theater around 6:15 a.m. on March 25, damaged the screen and went unnoticed.

Damage is estimated at over $12,000. Citing the ongoing investigation, Ottawa police are not offering further details on how the screen was damaged.

This is the second such incident reported in Ottawa in the past month. Police said they have no evidence at this stage linking the two incidents.

One suspect is described as a white male of medium build, with dark hair and eyebrows. He wore a white mask, a black jacket with patches on the front and back, ripped blue jeans and beige and white running shoes.

The other is described as a black male of average build, about five foot ten inches tall, and wearing a black face mask, blue hoodie, black coat and pants, and black and white Nike running shoes.

Earlier incident also costly

On March 11, Ottawa police received a call about two men who vandalized two movie screens at a Bank Street movie theatre. The damage caused by this incident was estimated between $10,000 and $20,000, according to the police

One of the suspects in this incident is described as a white male who wore a light-colored jacket, hoodie, light-colored training pants and white sneakers.

The other suspect in this earlier incident is also described as a white male who wore a dark colored jacket with a white logo on the left side of the chest, a light colored hoodie, gray sweatpants and shoes dark.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Ottawa Police.

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