News ‘Bonnie and Tide’ give new meaning to money laundering SHARE ON: Stu Campaigne, staff Wednesday, Oct. 10th, 2018 Police are looking for information on this couple in relation to a series of break, enter and thefts. Photos courtesy of NBPS Like Bonnie and Clyde before them, a new couple has taken the crime torch, targeting coin boxes in laundry rooms rather than banks. Be on the lookout for Bonnie and Tide. North Bay Police are seeking the public’s assistance to identify two suspects who they say entered into apartment building laundry rooms, damaged the laundry machines and took the money inside. Sometime during the first week of October, multiple apartment buildings at various locations in the City of North Bay were entered and money was removed. Several hundred dollars of loonies and toonies have been stolen. The suspects’ images were captured on CCTV. Suspect #1 Female, wearing a ball cap and dark hoodie; with long hair, large shoulder bag or purse (beige), black pants and white runners. Suspect #2 White male, late teens to early-20s; wearing a dark hoodie, ball cap, dark coat, jeans, red and black backpack and black and white shoes. Anyone with information that may assist police with this investigation is asked to call the North Bay Police Service at 705-497-5555 and select option 9 to speak to a police officer. Constable Dagg is investigating. For those who wish to remain anonymous, contact Near North Crime Stoppers, by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or by submitting a tip online at nearnorthcrimestoppers.com.