Grande Prairie Vehicular Theft Arrests

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By Dwight Ford

The Grande Prairie RCMP says two male teens are facing property offence charges, after being arrested early this morning in that city in connection with a police investigation into vehicular theft complaints.

 

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The 16 and 18 year old suspects were apprehended at separate locations and in one case the police dog service was involved.

In a morning news release, police said numerous alleged stolen items had been recovered and the suspects were scheduled to face a judicial interim release hearing later today.

Police also indicated the suspects may be charged with vehicular thefts, which occurred prior to today.

 

 

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