The Lloydminster RCMP have arrested a man linked to nine different cases of breaking and entering in the Border City.
According to a release sent out from the local detachment, officers responded to a call of a break and enter in progress on October 15, 2016, at a business located at 46 Street and 50 Avenue. Officers found the man in the business, and arrested him for breaking and entering.
The man was then taken into police custody and an in depth investigation continued.
As a result of the investigation, it was determined that the same male was responsible for several other active investigations throughout Lloydminster. Theses investigations included breaking and entering, theft, and mischief.
The man, Cory Klotz, has been charged with three counts of breaking and entering, three counts of mischief and three counts of theft under $5000.00. Klotz was held for court on October 18, 2016, where he was remanded into custody and will appear in Alberta Provincial Court on November 1, 2016. According to Constable Grant Kirzinger, the spokesperson for the local detachment, the man was known to police.