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Man arrested for robbery and theft spree

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Winnipeg police have tracked down a suspect in an attempted robbery in Transcona, among other offences.

Police arrested 22-year-old Steven Peterson of Winnipeg on March 18 after stopping a stolen vehicle in the area of River Avenue and Donald Street. He was arrested for his alleged involvement without incident.

The vehicle was stolen from the 1200 block of Main Street on Feb. 28, a crime for which the Major Crimes Unit has charged Peterson. They also charged him with stealing gas from a station in the 900 block of Henderson Highway on Feb. 28 and March 17, attempted robberies in the 1600 block of Regent Avenue West and the 400 block of Notre Dame Avenue on March 4, and a commercial robbery in the 1000 block of McPhillips Street on March 8.

Peterson was detained at the Provincial Remand Centre.

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