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Police bust four men accused in massive break-in spree

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Four people are facing 198 charges following a multi-jurisdiction crime spree bust that spanned across Southern Ontario.

According to police, the crimes date back to July 2022, and include 33 break-ins throughout Bradford, Innisfil, Barrie, York Region and Toronto.

Five search warrants were executed by South Simcoe Police officers, and they allegedly seized eight vehicles, a skid steer, dumpster, forklift, chainsaws and more than $100,000 of conductor wire.

Police say the break-and-enters took place at stores and commercial properties.

Four men from Simcoe County and York Region now face charges of break and enter, theft over $5,000, trafficking stolen property, possession of property of crime and motor-vehicle theft.

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