4 charged in 3 separate Saskatoon break and enters

Four people have been charged following there separate break and enters in Saskatoon. File / Global News

Four people are facing charges following three unrelated break and enters in Saskatoon over the Thanksgiving long weekend.

The first happened Monday at around 2:50 a.m. CT in the 200-block of Willis Crescent where police said two people broke into a condominium that was under construction.

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Officers arrested a 35-year-old woman and a 40-year-old man.

Both are facing charges of break and enter, possession of break and enter tools, breach of probation, breach of an undertaking and having a weapon dangerous to the public.

Then 20 minutes later, officers were called the 200-block of 3rd Avenue South.

Police said a man broke into a business and made off with property.

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The 28-year-old man was arrested a short time later.

He is facing charges of break and enter, possession of break and enter tools and mischief.

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Officers were then called to the 400-block of Henick Crescent in the Hampton Village neighbourhood on Monday just after 5:30 a.m.

Police said a person spotted a man breaking into a vehicle.

A police dog was called in, who found a man hiding in a backyard a block away.

Police said he was taken into custody without incident. The 35-year-old Saskatoon man was also wanted on several unrelated outstanding warrants.

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