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Crime spree suspects taken into custody

Following a four day crime spree in the valley, Elk Valley RCMP arrested two male suspects and took them into custody.

The two suspects are in their twenties and were arrested for a series of offences that occurred between the Crowsnest Pass, the Elk Valley and Cranbrook over a span of four days.

Police are uncovering further evidence in their active investigation to these crimes, according to a release sent out on Wednesday.

Approximately 20 criminal charges are being laid against both suspects who have a pending appearance in court.

 

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