A man has been arrested and charged after several break-and-enters that took place between July and December, Toronto police say.
Toronto police said between July 24 and Dec. 7, officers received “several calls” for break-and-enters in the Matilda and Carroll streets area, near Broadview Avenue and Queen Street East.
A suspect allegedly got into an underground parking garage and, once inside, would cut locks off of bicycles and flee with them.
On Dec. 8, officers received a call about a break-in, this time in the area of Main Street and Danforth Avenue.
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Again, the suspect allegedly got into an underground parking garage.
The suspect then went into a storage locker area and cut off locks before taking several items, police said.
On Tuesday, police announced that 40-year-old Toronto resident Brent Prankatz was wanted in connection with the incidents.
He was arrested on Saturday and charged with 10 counts of break-and-enter, six counts of failing to comply with a release order, two counts of failing to attend court, mischief damage to property, possession of property obtained by crime, and possession of a credit card obtained by crime.
He was scheduled to appear in court on Sunday.
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