September 10, 2019 6:10 pm

Two men charged in shoplifting incident at Bradford convenience store: police

The 21-year-old men, one of which is from British Columbia and one of which is from Nunavut, were charged with theft under $5,000, police say.

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Two 21-year-old-men have been charged with theft in connection to a reported shoplifting incident at a convenience store in Bradford during the early morning hours of Monday, South Simcoe police say.

At around 2 a.m., officers responded to a report of two men arguing with employees outside a restaurant on Holland Street West after they were asked to leave because they damaged the property, police say.

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Officers say they advised the young men to leave the area.

Shortly afterward, police say they were called to a nearby convenience store for a report of theft.

The suspect descriptions matched the two men that officers dealt with at the restaurant, police say.

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After searching the area, police say they arrested two suspects and recovered some of the stolen property.

The 21-year-old men, one of whom is from British Columbia and the other from Nunavut, were charged with theft under $5,000, police say.

The two suspects were released with a future court date.

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