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Burglary suspect walks out front door of business into the hands of Windsor police

Windsor police responded to a break in at a Walker Road business early Wednesday and watched their suspect walk out the front door.

The commercial alarm went off around 2 a.m. 119 more words

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Prince Albert police find homemade explosive device in wanted man’s truck

Prince Albert police said a homemade explosive device was found inside a wanted man’s truck.

At around 11 p.m. CT on Wednesday, officers located a vehicle with a man wanted for recent break-and-enters on 2nd Avenue West. 186 more words

Crime

Halifax police charge 4 men after attempted break-in

Halifax Regional Police have charged four men after someone reported that people were trying to break into their home on Tuesday morning.

According to police, officers responded to an address on Acadia Street shortly before 2 a.m. 202 more words

Crime

21-year-old faces charges in connection with 2 break and enters: Halifax police

Halifax Regional Police have charged a 21-year-old man in connection to two break and enters that occurred last week.

According to police, officers responded to a call of a break and enter on June 5 shortly before 11 p.m. 190 more words

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Halton Police seek public's help in locating 36-year-old Hamilton man, wanted on 29 charges

A 36-year-old Hamilton man is the subject of “Fugitive Friday.”

Halton Police are looking for Shane Johnston, who is wanted on an arrest warrant in connection with a series of break and enters in Hamilton and Burlington. 125 more words

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Thief breaks into rural Saskatchewan residence, asks for a cup of coffee

A woman living on a farm near Unity, Sask., says she awoke at about 6:30 a.m. CT on Saturday to find a stranger standing in her bedroom. 120 more words

Crime

Busy June weekend for Saskatoon police

The first weekend of June was a busy one for Saskatoon police.

Officers responded to 1065 calls for service between Friday evening and Sunday night. On a typical weekend, police respond to 900 calls. 136 more words

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