South Delta vehicles targeted by thieves

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Delta Police arrested a male suspect who was spotted breaking into a car in Ladner on Thursday (Dec. .

Police were called to the 4800-block of 55B Street after a man had been seen breaking into a parked car and then fled into a nearby residence.

PoliceĀ  were able to track down the male suspect, along with stolen items from the vehicle, arresting him without incident.

The arrest comes less than a day after a separate incident in rural Ladner that saw vehicles along the 4700-block of 36th Avenue broken into. Delta Police were called Thursday after the break-ins had been discovered from the night before. Police canvassed the area, but were unable to locate a suspect. The items stolen the vehicles were entered into Police database, and an investigation is ongoing.

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