Thunder Bay Police Arrest B&E Suspect

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THUNDER BAY – The Thunder Bay Police have moved quickly in apprehending a suspect in a break and enter in the River Terrace area. A 16 year old Thunder Bay male has been charged in connection with an incident that occurred early yesterday morning. It is alleged that the youth had broken into a residence in the River Terrace area on Tuesday morning. A number of items were allegedly taken from a home.


The accused is facing charges of Break and Enter, Possession of Stolen Property and Breach of Probation. The youth was arrested by police yesterday afternoon at a Picton residence without incident.

As a young offender the youth can not be named. Thunder Bay Police are investigating a number of similar incidents which have occurred in the area of John Street and Junot Avenue over the past month. Any links to this arrest will be examined by investigators.

The Thunder Bay Police Service continue to advise the public to secure their windows, doors, sheds and vehicles to help deter criminals.


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