SUMMERSIDE — A 19-year-old city man has been charged in connection with two thefts from city businesses last week.
City police arrested the man on Notre Dame Street Friday after he was suspected of being involved in thefts from the two businesses.
Personal items, including a purse and cellphone, were taken from the change rooms of the businesses.
The man will appear in Summerside provincial court at a future date to answer to the theft charges.
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On Sunday evening, police arrested a 19-year-old Summerside man for breaching court-ordered conditions to stay away from a victim who he had been charged with assaulting.
Police saw the pair walking together on Duke Street at about 9 p.m.
The man will appear in court on charges of breaching conditions of an undertaking along with the original assault charge on Sept. 30 in Summerside provincial court.
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Sunday afternoon a 23-year-old city man turned himself into police for being wanted on several theft related charges throughout Summerside.
Investigators had asked for the family’s assistance in the matter and, in turn, he was convinced to come forward. He was taken into custody and was scheduled to appear Monday on a show cause hearing.
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Officers continue to respond to reports of theft from vehicles throughout the city. Since mid July, investigators have apprehended and charged four teenaged males with theft charges for various incidents throughout the city.
This weekend, police received several more complaints of theft from vehicles and are again reminding citizens to not keep valuables in plain sight in their vehicles while left unattended.
Police are also asking the public’s assistance in reporting any suspicious activity to 432-1201.