Two men were arrested on Tuesday morning on Notre Dame Street. Police found a bag full of instruments and tools used for braking and opening locks and doors. Charges brought up against them for five break-ins and enter in the city.
Winnipeg police believe the men are responsible for at least five incidents. The charges filed are for the robberies from February 25, 2018 to July 27, 2018, mostly for stolen tools from storages and garages, also including two cases of a break-in to a residence, also in the last known braking they stole two bicycles.
Police later identified men as Jessie Lee Berens, a 36-year-old and Terence Michael Canard, a 37-year-old man, both from Winnipeg. Suspects held on multiple charges, among Break, Enter and Theft X3 and other, Terence Michael Canard also broke his probation order X2.
Unfortunately, such thefts are not a rare case in Winnipeg, just a couple of weeks ago two men were arrested for stealing building materials from the construction site in the 800 block of Sterling Lyon Parkway. In another case, a bike was stolen by EB Games at SmartCentre Winnipeg on Kenaston Boulevard. Police recommend to protect your property with more than just one lock and installing security cameras not just in, but also on the outside and around the house or a garage.