WINNIPEG – Police have nabbed a suspect who allegedly carried out 21 break-ins throughout Winnipeg between August 10 and September 14.
Businesses smashed into include: restaurants, pet stores, a clinic and even a shopping mall.
Investigators say $22,450 in damage has been reported along with $16,000 in stolen cash and merchandise.
An investigation known as ‘Project Pink Panther’ was created by detectives and general patrol units. It led to the identification of a suspect.
On Thursday, police executed search warrants on Selkirk Avenue, Manitoba Avenue and College Avenue.
Clinton Garry Quesnel, 37, was arrested and charged with 21 offences associated with break-ins and thefts.
He remains in custody.