Ontario, Canada – Police arrested a suspect in a week long crime spree where he stole property from a church twice, while also committing other burglary and robbery offenses.
Police report the crime spree began on February 9 when the suspect entered United Church on Ontario Street and stole a church employee’s wallet.
Four days later, he returned to the church with an accomplice and took a safe containing church documents and a gift card. Later in the day, the pair broke into a pharmacy and took cash and medication.
Six days later, the suspect stole a Habitat for Humanity donation box at a local restuarant. The next day, he robbed a pizza store at knife point.
The busy 19 year old man was arrested when police searched his home and recovered items used during the crime spree.