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Canadian EPT champion wanted by police for home burglaries

Canadian EPT champion wanted by police for home burglaries

Ontario police want to question Jordan Succucci for his possible involvement in a string of robberies

Police have identified poker player Jordan Saccucci as one of four persons wanted in Ontario, Canada, as suspects in the robbery of more than 30 residences. Saccucci won almost $1 million after winning the 2022 European Poker Tour Prague Main Event. He hasn’t been located by authorities since a warrant was issued for his arrest.

Local reports say that Saccucci and three other suspects, Dumark Lindsay, 41, Marcel Blackburn, 37 and Paul Nkrumah, 36, robbed multiple homes wearing hoods and surgical masks, sometimes during the day. If confronted by other area residents, the alleged criminals would claim they were at the home for landscaping or construction.

The suspects’ homes were raided on November 21, where police recovered numerous stolen items from the victims’ homes. Police say the suspects are likely aware they’re being sought for the alleged offenses.

The thieves supposedly would park their black Chevrolet Tahoe RST in the victims’ driveways before attempting to enter the homes.

Local citizens have been alerted to report any suspicious activity to the police and to abstain from approaching the suspects, who are considered dangerous. The burglaries occurred in the cities of Halton, Peel, York, Caledon and Hamilton, Ontario, primarily large neighborhoods in the Toronto region.

Saccucci took the EPT Prague Main Event in December 2022, beating Frenchman Antoine Saout heads up to take home $900,000. He’s won over $1,366,000 in live tournaments since 2016, according to The Hendon Mob. He also finished ninth at the 2016 WPT Fallsview Poker Classic for $27,856.

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