Stockings hung inside a house on Stonewater Drive where there was a break-and-enter on Christmas morning. NEWS BULLETIN file photo

UPDATE: Suspect who allegedly stole stockings on Christmas morning turns himself in

Twenty-year-old Nanaimo man was wanted in connection with Dec. 25 break-and-enter

UPDATE: Justin Feusse, wanted for break-and-enter, has turned himself in at the Nanaimo detachment, according to a social media post from the RCMP.

“[He] was feeling the heat so much, he just turned himself in at our detachment. Thanks to everyone who got the word out so quick,” the post noted.

POSTED THURSDAY MORNING: Police are looking for a 20-year-old Nanaimo man suspected of breaking into a home early Christmas morning.

According to RCMP, an arrest warrant has been issued to Justin Redmond Feusse for the break-in in which gifts and stockings were stolen while a family slept.

Feusse, of no fixed address, is white, 6’1”, 135 lbs. with blond hair and blue eyes.

“Investigators are also looking at other unsolved break-and-enters throughout Nanaimo to see if there is any connection to this individual,” said Const. Gary O’Brien on Thursday.

Anyone with information about Feusse’s whereabouts is asked to call the Nanaimo RCMP at 250-754-2345. To remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or submit a tip online at www.nanaimocrimestoppers.com.

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