His description would certainly stand out at this time of year - a hoodie, balaclava and gloves.
But this suspected crook isn't taking part in any winter activities.
Instead, Coquitlam Mounties are warning local businesses in the Austin Heights area to keep their eyes peeled for a robbery suspect.
Police note the suspect could be responsible for at least three robberies in the neighbourhood in the last couple of weeks.
The thief has targeted a coffee shop, store and pharmacy, and there is a possibility he could be armed.
Two of the robberies have occurred during daytime business hours.
"We have a team of investigators working the case and we believe the same individual is responsible for these robberies in the area," RCMP Cpl. Albert Lam said in a statement. "We want the area shopkeepers to be vigilant and call 911 immediately if they see anyone matching the description. Please don't approach him because we believe he may be armed."
Given the localized nature of the robberies - all have occurred near Austin Avenue and Blue Mountain Street - police suspect the thief may have just moved to the area.
The suspect is described as Caucasian with brown hair, standing six-feet tall, and weighing 190 to 215 pounds.
He's approximately 20 to 24 years old.
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