Victoria police have arrested one man after a break and enter on Tuesday morning. (Black Press Media file photo)

Business owner sends Victoria police image of break and enter suspect, leads to arrest

A break and enter happened in the 600-block of Garbally Road on Tuesday morning

One man is in custody after a break and enter in the 600-block of Garbally Road on Tuesday morning.

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VicPD officers were called to a business just after 7:30 a.m. for a report of a break and enter. The business owner watched part of the break and enter remotely on a surveillance video.

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The owner provided a picture of the suspect and officers located a suspect a short time later in the 3000-block of Blanshard Street. According to police, the investigation is ongoing.


 

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