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Winkler Police responded to a rash of break-ins last week.

A resident of Albert Street reported a break and enter June 3rd. The resident says she locked both the front and back doors of her home, however in the morning both were unlocked. Nothing was reported stolen from the residence.

On June 4 at approximately 1:10 a.m. a resident of 6th St. South reported a break and enter in progress. The woman explained she heard a loud bang in her garage and saw a male walk away from her home. Police attended and found all garage doors were locked with no signs of forcible entry. Police patrolled the area but were unable to locate any suspects.

Later that week, police received a complaint of a break and enter on Sunvalley Bay. The complainant told police on June 9 his ex-girlfriend broke into his home through an open window, damaging the window in the process, but fled the scene as police were being called.

The complainant also stated his ex-girlfriend assaulted him earlier that morning. The 20-year-old female was located in another jurisdiction, transported to the Winkler Police Service and arrested for break and enter and theft. The female was later released on a Promise to Appear with conditions.

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