A man is facing a long list of charges after two shoplifting incidents investigated by Winkler Police Service.

Shortly before 2pm, April 9th, officers were called to a shoplifting complaint at a store where the suspect had fled in a vehicle. The vehicle was located parked at a nearby store with the suspect sitting inside. While searching the vehicle, police located items stolen from the second store, as well. 

The male was arrested for two counts of Theft Under $5,000, at which time he provided police with a false name and date of birth. 

He was also charged with Possession of Property Obtained by Crime, along with offences under the Highway Traffic Act including failing to give a name, date of birth or address to a peace officer when required, and driving while disqualified. 

He was later released on an Undertaking and Highway Traffic Act Appearance Notice, with a court date at Morden Provincial Court. 

His vehicle was also seized for 30 days as a result of driving while disqualified.

You can find the entire April 9th through 26th Winkler Police Report, here.