Mounties have busted a group of people in the Yorkton, Sask. area who they believe are responsible for numerous break and enters. The arrests come after a lengthy investigation by several detachments in eastern Saskatchewan.
Five adults and five youth are facing a total of 167 charges including break and enter, theft and dangerous driving. No names have been released.
The break-ins happened between August and December in the Yorkton, Canora, Wadena and Esterhazy areas.
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The suspects have appeared in court and have either been remanded or released on strict conditions.
Mounties continue to investigate and are asking anyone with information to contact their local police detachment or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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