Man implicated in more than 180 tire slashings, Capilano University arson charged

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WATCH: One man has now been arrested for allegedly carrying out a series of criminal offences in North Vancouver, which included the slashing of dozens of tires and a break-in at Capilano University. John Daly has more on who the suspect is and the impending criminal charges – Jan 27, 2016

A 33-year-old man has been charged with a series of criminal offences that occurred between Dec. 4, 2014 and Jan. 10, 2015 in North Vancouver.

Shane Nendick of Squamish is implicated in more than 180 tire slashings that occurred Dec. 4, 2014. The cars that were targeted were parked around Capilano University, down to Park and Tilford.

Nendick is charged with mischief in the multiple tire slashings that left numerous vehicles inoperable.

He has also been charged with arson, and break and enter related to an incident that took place on Jan. 2, 2015, where he allegedly broke into Capilano University, smashing into a safe and starting the library on fire. The emergency sprinkler system activated, extinguishing the fire and preventing it from spreading to other areas. Although the fire was contained, water and smoke damage to the surrounding area and books was extensive.

WATCH: The video of the suspect in the arson at Capilano University, provided by RCMP 

He has also been charged with breaking into a local gas station on Jan. 10, 2015.

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Nendick has been remanded in custody with his next court appearance set for Feb. 12.

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