A Winnipeg man is back behind bars following a series of break-ins at businesses around town.
Winnipeg Police said 19 separate incidents occurred between March 1 and March 12. Total damages to the properties are estimated to be in excess of $20,000 and stolen property is worth around $15,000.
Officers arrested the suspect late Monday night in Elmwood.
Clinton Garry Quesnel, 38, faces 17 counts of Break, Enter and Theft, along with several other charges.
He remains in police custody.
Quesnel was previously the subject of a police operation known as “Project Pink Panther.”
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Police alleged he carried out 21 break-ins throughout Winnipeg between August 10 and September 14.
During that crime spree, $22,450 in damage had been reported along with $16,000 in stolen cash and merchandise.
Global News and 680 CJOB have learned following his arrest in September, Quesnel received bail in late February before allegedly going on his crime spree in March.