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Two break-ins reported, one solved

Two break-ins were reported to police Wednesday evening and while they continue to investigate one of them, they made a quick arrest in relation to the other.

A business in the 600-block of 10th Street was apparently broken into sometime over the past few days, and had some cash stolen, as well as a quantity of merchandise. Police are still looking into that one.

However, a break-in to an apartment located in the 1400-block of Lorne Avenue East was quickly solved.

Police say that large home electronics and other personal effects were stolen from the apartment, but identification was able to identify a male suspect who was tracked down and arrested. Most of the stolen property was also recovered.

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Two break-ins were reported to police Wednesday evening and while they continue to investigate one of them, they made a quick arrest in relation to the other.

A business in the 600-block of 10th Street was apparently broken into sometime over the past few days, and had some cash stolen, as well as a quantity of merchandise. Police are still looking into that one.

Brandon Police Service

BRANDON POLICE SERVCE

Brandon Police Service

However, a break-in to an apartment located in the 1400-block of Lorne Avenue East was quickly solved.

Police say that large home electronics and other personal effects were stolen from the apartment, but identification was able to identify a male suspect who was tracked down and arrested. Most of the stolen property was also recovered.

A 16-year-old boy spent the night in jail, and was to appear in court Thursday morning, to face a charge of break, enter and theft.

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