City man behind bars for Big Dog break and enter

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SUMMERSIDE — A city man is behind bars, sentenced to four months in jail, in connection with a break-in at a Kinkora convenience store earlier this month.

Prince County Court House

Lawrence Donald Cameron was sentenced in Summerside provincial court Wednesday after pleading guilty to break and enter, breach of probation and wearing a disguise with the intent to commit an indictable offence.

Once out of jail, Cameron will be on probation for 18 months, during which time he must pay $2,567 in restitution. He was also convicted on other unrelated charges Summerside police charges and sentenced to additional time in custody.

It was on Jan. 3 that East Prince RCMP responded to a break-in at the Irving/Big Dog Convenience store in Kinkora. Two masked suspects were captured on video entering the store and stealing a quantity of liquor and lottery tickets.    

On Jan. 8, East Prince RCMP, Prince District Joint Forces Operations and Summerside police executed a search warrant on a city residence, arresting Cameron and a woman. 

The woman was later released and will appear in Summerside provincial court on Feb. 27.

 

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Geographic location: Summerside, Kinkora.Two

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