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'Roll Up The Rim' Cups Stolen From Tim Hortons Storage Facility, Teen Charged

02/03/2017 01:53 EST | Updated 02/03/2017 01:53 EST

BELLEVILLE, Ont. — Police in eastern Ontario say one person has been charged and they're looking for a second suspect in connection with the theft of Tim Hortons "roll up the rim to win'' cups.

They say the storage facility at a Belleville, Ont., Tim Hortons was allegedly broken into on Monday and Tuesday evenings, and an unspecified number of boxes of the cups were taken.

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Tim Hortons small size coffee cup with the Roll up the Rim contest label. (Photo: Mario Beauregard/The Canadian Press)

Investigators say a 19-year-old former employee — Steven Seaborn of Stirling, Ont. — turned himself in to police on Thursday, and has been charged with two counts of break, enter and theft.

Police are still looking for another man.

They say the alleged thefts were recorded by security cameras within and around the storage facility.

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