Police in Burlington have released surveillance photos of two suspected thieves.
A man and woman are being sought after a pickup trick was broken into on Edgemoor Avenue, near the 403 and Highway 6, overnight between January 21 to 22.
Police say credit cards from a wallet that was stolen from the pickup were used at a Canadian Tire store and Anytime Convenience near Main Street and Victoria Avenue in Hamilton.
One suspect is a white man, 25 to 35 years old, who was wearing a New York baseball cap on backwards, a hooded sweat-shirt with a design on the front, and he was carrying a blue Nike backpack.
Police are also looking for a white woman, between the ages of 25 and 35, with an average height and build, who had long hair, and was wearing a Toronto Blue Jays baseball cap and a striped shirt.
Investigators say a Dewalt tool bag with power tools and a Tom Tom GPS were also taken from the pickup truck.
Police say theft from vehicles continues to be a concern in Burlington, with 60 reported incidents since the beginning of 2017