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Canada1 arrested, another at large in LCBO break-and-enter: London police

18:55  12 january  2019
18:55  12 january  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

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London police have released suspect descriptions for a man and a youth, after a break and enter at liquor store in east London on New Year’s Day. Officers responded around 6:20 a.m. Tuesday morning, after a vehicle had reportedly been driven into the front of the LCBO at Argyle Mall

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1 arrested, another at large in LCBO break-and-enter: London police © Courtney Van Wolde Police are investigating after a break and enter at the LCBO at Argyle Mall in which a vehicle was reportedly driven into the side of the building.

London police say one man has been arrested and another remains at large following a New Year's Day break-and-enter at an LCBO in the city's east-end.

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It was around 6:20 a.m. on Jan. 1 when police responded to reports of a vehicle that had smashed into front-end of the LCBO in Arygle Mall, near Dundas Street and Clarke Road.

When officers arrived, no suspects were found.

While only a handful of items were stolen, police say the crash left about $100,000 in damage.

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London police investigating smash-and-grab at LCBO . Suspects broke into a garage a short distance away and attempted to steal another motor vehicle. The two suspects arrested match the descriptions given by witnesses and are believed to be involved in the above noted crimes.

Police are investigating a break and enter after a car (not pictured) was London police are asking the public for help in identifying suspects after a break and enter of an LCBO on New Year's Day. Store employees said that a large amount of product was stolen, but police didn't have an estimated

On Saturday, nearly two weeks after the break-and-enter, police announced that one man had been arrested and another remains at large in the incident.

Deon Smith, 18, of London is facing three charges including break and enter.

Phoenix Fisher, 21, of no fixed address has been charged by way of warrant with two offences.

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Fisher remains at large and investigators are appealing to the public in an effort to locate him.

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