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HRP respond after home owner finds intruder in home

On Charles St in Dartmouth at approximately 1200 hrs, (noon) a homeowner came home to find a male in his house. The homeowner confronted the male who then left the house and area. The homeowner called the police and provided a description and a direction of travel. Police responded and arrested a 33-year-old male who will face charges of Break and enter, theft under $5000 and mischief under $5000.

The accused was released on conditions.


Source: Media Release

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