Four men sought in break and enter at Sherway Gardens mall

Mario Apostol waits for his daughter to help him pack the new TV he purchased during Boxing Day at Best Buy near Sherway Gardens in Toronto, Monday, December 26, 2015. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Marta Iwanek

Toronto police have identified one of four suspects sought in a break-and-enter at the Sherway Gardens mall.

Investigators say four men smashed the front doors of the mall’s Hudson’s Bay store in the early hours of Nov. 18.

They say the group then smashed some display cases and made off with a quantity of watches and jewelry.

Police say the suspects took off in a dark Volkswagen Jetta.

They have identified one of the men as 53-year-old Michael Winn of no fixed address, and say he’s wanted on charges of break and enter and possession of property obtained by crime.

Police say he’s considered armed and dangerous, and should not be approached.

The other suspects are described as male and wearing hoodies and baseball caps. Police have released security images of the group.