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Man facing court date after theft of tents from Salmon Arm business

Police identify suspect through video surveillance footage
A man is facing a court date following a theft from a Salmon Arm business reported on May 5, 2024. (File photo)

A man is scheduled for a court date related to a recent theft at a Salmon Arm business.

On Tuesday, May 5, Salmon Arm RCMP received a report from an employee at a 4th Avenue SW business regarding a man who had allegedly broken into a fenced area of the store and stole two tents worth $400 in total.

Const. Andrew Hodges said police were able to identify the suspect through video surveillance footage, and a man was arrested the next day and later released with a future court date.

“Salmon Arm RCMP will be forwarding charges to BC Prosecution,” said Hodges.

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Lachlan Labere

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