Greater Sudbury Police are looking for the public's help in locating two suspects who are wanted in connection with two recent crimes, as well as on outstanding warrants.
Nathaniel Hutchinson, 24, is 5-8, weighs 150 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes. He's wanted in connection with a robbery at a local pizza parlour on June 23. The two suspects committed the theft using a gun and a knife, although no one was injured.
“The investigation has led to a warrant for the arrest of Nathaniel Hutchinson, who is alleged to have been one of the two people involved in this robbery,” a release from police said. “As a result of this incident, Hutchinson also faces additional charges of breaching pre-existing court-ordered conditions.”
He's also wanted on several outstanding charges, including: robbery with a firearm; careless use of a firearm; using a firearm while committing offence; possession of a weapon for dangerous purpose; unauthorized possession of a firearm; knowledge of unauthorized possession of a firearm; disguise with intent; and, five counts of failing to comply with probation order.
Police are also looking for Matthew Flesch, 31, in connection with a car theft from Morrison Street on May 16. Flesch is 5-9, 160 pounds, with brown hair and green eyes.
A few hours after the early morning car theft, the stolen car with two occupants was recorded on video at a gas station on Regent Street.
“While at this location, one of the suspects made purchases using a credit card taken in a theft from a vehicle in Lively a short time earlier,” the police release said. “The investigation has resulted in a warrant for the arrest of Matthew Flesch, as he is alleged to have been one of the occupants in the stolen car, and also in possession of the stolen credit card.”
He's wanted for possession of property obtained by crime, possession and use of a stolen credit card, and fraud under $5,000.
A cash reward of up to $2,000 is available from Crime Stoppers for information leading to the arrest either suspect. Call 1-800-222-8477, online at www.crimestoppers.com or by texting 'tipsud' and the information to 'crimes' (274637).