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Saskatoon Police have arrested a 48-year-old man for break-ins at multiple assisted living facilities in the city that started in December 2023. The suspect broke into a facility on Osler Street twice in one night and struck again in January at an assisted living facility on Louise Street, targeting property in unlocked vehicles. He attempted to break in again in February but was unsuccessful. Police used video footage to identify and arrest the suspect, charging him with break and enter, mischief, and theft under $5000.

The break-ins began in December 2023 at an assisted living facility on Osler Street where the suspect broke in twice in one night. In January, the suspect targeted an assisted living facility on Louise Street, breaking into the underground parkade and stealing from unlocked vehicles. Despite returning to the same facility in February, the suspect was unable to steal anything. Police were able to arrest the man by using video footage of the areas where the break-ins occurred. The suspect has been charged with break and enter, mischief, and theft under $5000.

The 48-year-old man responsible for the break-ins at assisted living facilities in Saskatoon has been arrested by the police. The incidents took place in December 2023 and continued into January and February 2024. The suspect initially broke into a facility on Osler Street, returning to the same place multiple times. He then targeted another assisted living facility on Louise Street by breaking into the underground parkade and stealing from unlocked vehicles. Despite his attempts in February, the suspect was apprehended by the police using video footage from the areas where the break-ins occurred.

Saskatoon Police announced on Tuesday that a 48-year-old man has been arrested for a series of break-ins at assisted living facilities in the city. The incidents began in December 2023 at a facility on Osler Street where the suspect broke in twice in one night. In January, he targeted another facility on Louise Street, breaking into the underground parkade and stealing from unlocked vehicles. Despite attempting another break-in in February, the suspect was unsuccessful in stealing anything. Police were able to track him down using video footage from the areas of the break-ins and have formally charged him with break and enter, mischief, and theft under $5000.

After a string of break-ins at assisted living facilities in Saskatoon, a 48-year-old man has been arrested by the police. The break-ins began in December 2023 at a facility on Osler Street, where the suspect broke in twice on the same night. He then moved on to another facility on Louise Street in January, breaking into the underground parkade and stealing from unlocked vehicles. The suspect attempted another break-in in February but was unsuccessful. Police utilized video footage from the areas of the break-ins to identify and arrest the suspect, who has since been charged with break and enter, mischief, and theft under $5000.

Saskatoon Police have successfully apprehended a 48-year-old man responsible for a series of break-ins at assisted living facilities within the city. The suspect began targeting these facilities in December 2023, initially breaking into a facility on Osler Street before turning his attention to another facility on Louise Street in January. Despite returning to the same place in February, the suspect was unable to steal anything. With the help of video footage from the areas of the break-ins, police were able to track down and arrest the suspect, who is facing charges of break and enter, mischief, and theft under $5000.

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