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Guelph Police Canine Tracking Leads to Arrest

A Guelph woman was arrested after a Guelph Police Service canine unit tracked a break and enter suspect Monday.

Approximately 9:30 a.m. police were called to a home near Woodlawn Road East and Muskoka Drive. A woman was seen leaving a vacant home by its owner, who had come to check on the property as it is currently for sale. Investigation revealed she had entered the home through a window and looked through several cabinets, however no theft was reported.

The suspect fled into Brant Park but was located by Police Service Dog Echo a short time later hiding in a nearby backyard.


Investigation revealed she was also wanted after a vehicle was entered at Guelph General Hospital earlier this month and a tablet and keys stolen.

A 36-year-old Guelph woman is charged with break and enter, theft under $5,000 and several counts of breaching court orders. She was held for a bail hearing Tuesday.

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