Police could use some help tracking down a few crooks. 
On Feb.2 at around 5:24 a.m., the Morinville RCMP responded to a break, enter and theft from Jurassic Forest near Gibbons. 
The thieves made their way through the front gate in a U-Haul and into the business. Once inside, they stole electronics, including computer towers and gift shop goods like large dinosaur glass figures and skull replicas. 
Police are looking for three individuals. 
The first man was wearing black pants, a black winter Canada Goose parka, a grey hoodie and black and white gloves.

A second man was wearing blue jeans, a grey sweater or jacket under a black jacket and yellow gloves. The man has a mustache, goatee and was carrying a crowbar.

The third male suspect wore blue jeans, a black bomber-style winter jacket, black gloves and a balaclava.

More photos from the surveillance footage can be seen below. 

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