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Two teens arrested after series of break-ins

Police have arrested two suspects in connection with a series of break and enters that happened between May 28 and May 29.

Police arrested 19-year-old Dolton Levasseur from Winnipeg on June 11, and another 16-year-old male from Winnipeg the next day. The 16-year-old suspect has been detained at the Manitoba Youth Centre.

The two were arrested for their alleged involvement in a series of break and enters that occurred between the 1700-2000 blocks of Portage Avenue, as well as the 200 block of Mount Royal Road. In most cases, windows or exteriors of the buildings were damaged, but nothing stolen. In one case, vehicles and a dirt bike locked in a compound were damaged, and a small fire was started in the parking lot. Total damages for all the break and enters are estimated to be more than $8,000.

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Police have arrested two suspects in connection with a series of break and enters that happened between May 28 and May 29.

Police arrested 19-year-old Dolton Levasseur from Winnipeg on June 11, and another 16-year-old male from Winnipeg the next day. The 16-year-old suspect has been detained at the Manitoba Youth Centre.

The two were arrested for their alleged involvement in a series of break and enters that occurred between the 1700-2000 blocks of Portage Avenue, as well as the 200 block of Mount Royal Road. In most cases, windows or exteriors of the buildings were damaged, but nothing stolen. In one case, vehicles and a dirt bike locked in a compound were damaged, and a small fire was started in the parking lot. Total damages for all the break and enters are estimated to be more than $8,000.

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