RNC Arrest Man for Break and Enter into Commercial Businesses

Written by on December 4, 2014

rncmr(CORNER BROOK, NL) – December 4, 2014 – The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary

(RNC) Corner Brook Region has arrested a Corner Brook man as a result of an ongoing

break, enter and theft investigation.


On November 27, 2014 at approximately 5:00 a.m. RNC Patrol Services responded to a

complaint of break and enter into a commercial business on Lundrigan Drive. It was

reported that a door to a business was found insecure. Further investigation revealed

that the business had been broken into. Two snowmobiles and a 4 wheeled ATV had

been stolen from the business.

As a result of an investigation, RNC Patrol Services located all three items within a 4 km

radius of the business and all items were returned to the business by 6:30 a.m. The

value of the recovered items was approximately $30000 in total. Later in the morning at

approximately 8:10 a.m., RNC Patrol Services received a call from another business on

Lundrigan Drive reporting a break, enter and theft. During this incident, a storage area

had been entered and a large quantity of tools was reported stolen.

As a result of an ongoing investigation by members of RNC Patrol Services and Criminal

Investigation Division, on December 3, 2014, a 26 year old male resident of Corner

Brook, was arrested for these incidents. He has been charged with two counts of Break,

Enter and Theft and two counts of Mischief. He remains in custody and will appear in

court on December 4. Both matters remain under investigation.

The stolen tools have not yet been recovered and are described as the following:

Johnser Red chainsaw, Poulan Pro Chainsaw, Stanley Bosch chopsaw, Mikita

Chopsaw, Mastercraft chopsaw, Stanley Bosch Air Nailer, 2 Hitichi Air Nailers,

Black&Decker Router, Dewalt Ziptool(drywall), Mastercraft Cordless drill kit, Dewalt

Drywall drill, Mikita Drywall drill and a box of plumbing copper fittings.


RNC Patrol Services is continuing the investigation. Anyone with information in relation

to this incident is asked to contact police at 637-4100 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-

TIPS (8477). You may also provide information anonymously on the NL Crime Stoppers

Website at www.nlcrimestoppers.com.

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