Thunder Bay Police Charge Two in Crime Spree

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THUNDER BAY – NEWS – Police have made arrests in a series of break and enters and thefts. Thunder Bay Police Service says that two suspects have been charged in connection to a series of break-in and thefts to businesses across the city.

The break-ins took place between January 6th and February 11, 2019. Police investigated twelve separate incidents and as a result, were able to identify three suspects.

Two suspects have been arrested and charged while a third remains at large.

Police executed two search warrants relating to these incidents as a result of the ongoing investigation. Those search warrants led to the charges against two men. Police are still seeking the third suspect.

Gary Paul Townsend, 31, of Thunder Bay, has been charged with:

• Breaking, Entering and Committing x 7
• Probation Order: Non-Compliance x 10
• Theft Under $5,000 x 2
• Possession of Credit Card
• Fraud Under $5,000
• Possession of Property Obtained by Crime Under $5,000
• Disguise With Intent
• Mischief Over $5,000
• Mischief Under $5,000

Cody Alexander EWING-MILLARD, 26, of Thunder Bay has been charged with:

• Breaking, Entering and Committing

Police state that more charges are pending for both suspects.

Both of the accused are in custody with court appearances set for Friday.

Police have identified a third suspect who remains at large. Police urge that suspect to turn themselves immediately.