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Two face charges after break-ins in Winnipeg, surrounding centres

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Two Winnipeg men are facing a host of charges following a string of break and enters dating back to May.

Six homes in Winnipeg were hit, as well as homes in Emerson, Morden, Morris and Steinbach.

During the spree, one of the men was seen stealing a package that had been delivered to a door on William Marshall Way in Winnipeg. In that case and others, the same truck was spotted at the scene.

On Wednesday, the thieves broke into a home in the 300 block of Boyne Avenue in Morris. Winnipeg Police were in the area and the suspects were arrested without incident.

The stolen property from the Morris home was recovered as well as several other stolen items from previous break-ins.

Tyler Joshua Williams, 20 and Allen Emile Lambert, 52 have been charged with numerous numerous property related offences. Both are detained at the Provincial Remand Centre.

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