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Police K-9 unit helps capture suspect for alleged downtown break-ins

Sydney Lively-Klein, 20, appeared in provincial court this morning and has been released to appear again at a later date.
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The Moose Jaw Police Service has arrested a 20-year-old resident for breaking and entering into several downtown businesses, with support from the agency's K-9 unit.

Police responded to a call about a break-in at a downtown business on Jan. 24 around 5:31 a.m. Officers also called in a K-9 unit, which began to track the potential suspect. Police located the person a short distance away and arrested him without incident.

Through further investigation, police learned that the accused was responsible for two other break-ins that had recently been reported to police.

Sydney Lively-Klein appeared in provincial court this afternoon, charged with three counts of break and enter. He has been released and must appear in court at a later date.