Princeton police arrest one individual after break and enter at real estate office

Princeton police arrest one individual after break and enter at real estate office

The individual stole numerous electronics from the Royal LePage office on June 28

One individual has been arrested after a stealing electronics from a real estate office in Princeton.

RCMP Corporal Chad Parsons said officers responded to a report of a break and enter at Royal LePage on the morning of Friday, June 28.

Officers later executed a search warrant at a residence on Halliford Avenue and arrested one individual after finding numerous electronics stolen from the real estate office.

Parsons said an officer was able to pinpoint the residence as a result of neighbourhood inquiries.

“The officer, upon doing a door knock, observed what he believed were the stolen items inside the residence,” he said.

The individual was known to police and will likely be appearing in court next week.

Parsons was not able to identify the individual since charges had not yet been laid.

According to realtor Carla Wiren, the culprit jimmied open the door and there was no damage to the building.

Wiren said no client information was taken and police returned the stolen electronics before the end of the same business day.

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