A 36-year-old Mississauga man has been charged after baby formula was stolen from a Guelph grocery store in September. Police said the man is responsible for thefts from a Clair Road grocery store, in the city’s south end, on Sept. 4 and Sept. 15.
The man has been charged with two counts of theft under $5,000 and 10 counts of breach of probation.
In September, police said thousands of dollars worth of formula was taken from the store in multiple thefts.
In October, three people were charged, including a 34-year-old Toronto woman, a 47-year-old woman of no fixed address and a 21-year-old London man.
Police said it was unclear what the suspects were doing with the formula. Baby formula can be expensive, with small cans of powder formula, weighing 650-680 g, starting at between $20 and $30.