2 Arrested After Salvation Army Broken Into
Prince George, B.C. – Two people are facing charges following a break and enter at the Salvation Army’s 18th Avenue facility.
Early this morning, RCMP officers observed two people breaking into the building, and shortly afterwards, an adult male and an adult female were arrested without incident.
This morning’s break in marks the fourth time the Salvation Army facility on 18th has been broken into since August 9th.
Police say their investigation also pegs the adult male as the prime suspect in the theft of a bike and cell phone from the back yard of a home on Freeman Street in Prince George.
The investigation into the previous break-ins at the Salvation Army is continuing.
The 25 year old male and 20 year old female were released on conditions for a future court date. They are both residents of Prince George and both known to police.