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Four face charges in break-and-enters

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Two men and two women face charges following a series of break-and-enters over the last two years.

Between May 4 and May 7, 2012, a break and enter occurred at a construction trailer located in the area of Oak Lawn Road. As a result, about $10,000.00 worth of construction equipment was stolen, police say.

Between Oct. 12 and Oct. 13, 2012, a break and enter occurred at a home under construction located in the area of Sablewood Road. Appliances valued at nearly $3,000 were stolen.

Between March 30 and April 1, 2013, a break and enter occurred to a condominium under construction located in the Landmark area. Several tools were stolen from the site.

On July 10, 2013, two men were allegedly in the area of the 200 block of Kenny Street at which time several construction trailers were broken into and numerous construction tools were removed. The tools are valued at approximately $5,000.

The July 10, 2013, incident was observed by a witness, resulting in police being notified.

Officers observed a black truck attempting to flee and evade police. Due to the manner of driving by the suspect, a police cruiser was almost struck.

A short time later, the suspect vehicle became involved in a motor vehicle collision with a parked car in the area of Portland Avenue. The suspect fled the area.

On July 11, 2013, the black truck that previously fled from police was located in the Landmark area.

Members of the East District Crime Unit, with the assistance of Patrol members and the Forensic Identification Unit continued with the investigation.

Scott Sheldon Little, 36-years-old, and Wesley Dean Munroe, 32-years-old, have been charged with numerous offences due to their alleged involvement. They were detained.

A 53 year-old woman and 35 year-old woman are also facing charges. They were released on a promise to appear/appearance notice.

On July 12, 2013, a search warrant was executed at a residence located in Landmark, resulting in the recovery of numerous stolen items.

The investigation is continuing.

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