Mounties Suspect Window

Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Mounties Suspect Window- The cops of North Vancouver Mounties, B.C., say they found a break-in suspect in the car early Monday morning that had been broken into through the window of the car. The name of suspect is still unknown but he is a youngster as his age is only 18 years. May be due to such young age, suspect was not able to fulfill his plan. Hence North Vancouver Mounties got an unexpectedly easy arrest when they found the suspect locked inside the trunk of a car.
A witness reported seeing a man smash the window of a vehicle. Hence the Police arrived in the place where the car was standing. It was 300-block of West Fifth Street. Police arrived at about 3:30 a.m. Officers examined the car but found no trace of the suspect. They brought in a dog team to search the area, but again came up empty-handed.
Now the police tried to find the owner of the car. For this purpose, police checked the license plate. From there they know that the owner of the car lives in a home nearby. They asked him to see his car if there are any damages. Then officers asked the owner to open the trunk. There, they found an 18-year old man hiding.Police are recommending charges of mischief and possession of break-and-enter instruments.
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