The police are looking for additional victims of a thief who drugged seniors in their homes before robbing them and fleeing. The accused thief, Hamid Chekakri, 47, was arrested last Saturday in Atlanta, Georgia. He allegedly had victims in Montreal, Sherbrooke, and Ottawa. The Montreal Police Force (SPVM) believes that beginning in December 2017, the suspect went to the homes of seniors whose homes were for sale and suggested he was interested in making a purchase. He offered them a box of chocolate and encouraged them to partake as a thank you and as part of a tradition. However, the candy contained a psychoactive drug that put the victims to sleep for about ten hours, which allowed the thief to grab what he wanted. He is currently detained in the United States but extradition proceedings are ongoing in U.S. courts.