Three GP youth charged after break-and-enters

Taylor MacIntyre
08/02/2018

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Three 14-year-old boys from Grande Prairie have been charged, after a series of break-and-enters and mischief to houses, mainly around the Crystal Lake Estates area. 
The incidents occurred on July 19th and July 20th. 
While police were investigating the break-and-enters, they found a stolen vehicle with three people inside. The suspects ran on foot, but were located with the help of Police Dog Services. The suspects were arrested without incident. 
Further investigation revealed that all three were connected with the earlier crimes. 
The three youth males have been charged with multiple counts of break-and-enter, theft of a motor vehicle, possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000 (multiple counts), possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000 (multiple counts), mischief, and fail to comply with conditions. 
The RCMP are continuing their investigation and further charges may be laid. 

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